Ex-Sooners QB and co-OC Josh Heupel not returning
The Oklahoma football season didn’t go as well as most expected and now it seems coach Bob Stoops is doing something about it.
Stoops has a press conference scheduled for Tuesday morning and its expected he will make a number of staff changes.
Co-offensive coordinator Josh Heupel will not be returning. Jay Norvell, the team’s other offensive coordinator, will also not be returning.
— Josh Heupel (@OU_CoachHeupel) January 6, 2015
The Sooners averaged 36.4 points per game this season, but were not good on offense against Baylor in a loss and then flopped against Clemson in the Russell Athletic Bowl, losing 40-6.
Heupel quarterbacked the Sooners to the national title in 2000. He was the quarterback coach for Sam Bradford and Landry Jones. He was a graduate assistant at OU in 2004, left to go to Arizona for a season and then returned to OU in 2006. Heupel has been the co-offensive coordinator the past four seasons.
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