Carol Stoops rose to popularity as the celebrity wife of Bop Stoops, a former head football coach at the University of Oklahoma in the United States. Likewise, she worked as a director at Mary Kay Cosmetics.

Carol Stoops with her spouse Bob Stoops
Caption: Carol Stoops with her spouse Bob Stoops (Photo: Pinterest)

When was Carol Stoops Born?

In the year 1965, she was born as Carol Davidson. She is the daughter of Bernice Davidson and Bob Davidson. Carol's dad Bob an entrepreneur, and mother Bernice a teacher, who subsequently became a stay-at-home mom. She grew up in the town of Cresco, Iowa. Having American nationality, Carol is of white ethnicity. 

She graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor's degree in elementary education with a focus on arithmetic. Likewise, she played basketball and softball as a child, as well as golf and cheerleading in high school. 

Career of Carol Stoops

Carol Stoops is well-known as the celebrity wife of Bob Stoops. However, she has worked as n elite executive senior director for Mary Kay from her home office. Also, she has instructed middle school math for three years. She became famous for coaching her spouse a year after Bob Stoops departed the Sooners. 

Carol Stoops with her spouse Bo
Caption: Carol Stoops with her spouse Bob (Photo: gannett)

Also, Carol has changed for the sake of her buddy's favor. She has been helping her husband with checking and readjust to his new reality since he retired from Mary Kay in the year 2015. Carol has continuously been an outstanding educator to her companion, supporting him in examining and resolving the difficulties of a major life issue.

How Much Is Carol Stoops Net Worth?

Carol Stoops shared a net worth of $20 Million with her husband. However, she has been earning a handsome sum of money out of her working career. Out of her earnings, Carol is living a lavish life.

Carol Stoops with her spouse Bob sitting in the car
Caption: Carol Stoops with her spouse Bob sitting in the car (Photo: oudaily)

Her husband Bob has earned money out of his working career. Previously, he earned an annual salary of $5 Million

Carol Stoops Married Life

Carol Stoops has been living a blissful married life with her husband Bob Stoops for more than 16 years. They got married in the year 1988 at a beautiful wedding ceremony. As per reports, they got married after years of relationship. However, details of their relationship kept private by them. Carol and Bob became parents of three kids (a daughter & twin sons). 

Carol Stoops with her spouse Bob Stoops & their kids
Caption: Carol Stoops with her spouse Bob Stoops & their kids (Photo: facebook)

The couple's children, daughter Mackenzie Stoops, and twins son Drake Stoops, and Isaac Stoops. Her daughter Mackenzie completed her studies at the University of Oklahoma. Her son Drake, a wide receiver for the Oklahoma Sooners. She with her family lives in Norman, Oakland. They are happily married without any rumors of divorce or controversy about their personal life. 

Who is Carol Stoops Husband?

Her husband Bob is an American football coach, born September 9, 1960. From 1999 through the 2016 season, he was the head football coach at the University of Oklahoma. Also, Bob led the Oklahoma Sooners to a record of 191–48 over his career. His 2000 Oklahoma Sooners football squad claimed a unanimous national championship after winning the 2001 Orange Bowl and earned a consensus national championship. He has been a head coach with the XFL since 2020. He has worked coaching the Arlington Renegades in 2020 and has been re-signed for 2023.

Picture of Carol Stoops
Caption: Picture of Carol Stoops (Photo: the spun)

From 1979 to 1982, he played college football at the University of Iowa as a defensive back. Bob held various assistant coaching positions at the University of Iowa, Kent State University, Kansas State University, and the University of Florida prior to his tenure at Oklahoma. In the year 2000, he was awarded the Paul "Bear" Bryant Award. Also, he was awarded the Walter Camp Coach of the Year Award in both 2000 and 2003. His nicknamed  "Big Game Bob" by both supporters and detractors. In the year 2021, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach.