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Nobody saw this coming. When Bob Stoops abruptly retired in June, Oklahoma handed the reigns of its football program over to a man who has never before been a head coach. Lincoln Riley replaces Stoops, who compiled a 190-48 record and a national championship in 18 seasons with the Sooners. Riley spent the past two seasons as Oklahoma's offensive coordinator. He was the 2015 recipient of the Broyles Award, awarded to the top assistant coach in the country.