A retired Big 12 coach is being discussed for USC’s head coaching vacancy. Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops earlier in the week gave an interesting answer to the speculation.

Now, Stoops has elaborated on why he’s content in retirement.

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“I love watching my son play. I’ve got another one coaching,” Stoops said on Big Noon Kickoff, via 247Sports. “That’s all I’m interested in doing right now.”

The search for the next USC head coach has spanned far and wide. Stoops’ response comes after a current B1G coach reportedly has interest, and a former B1G coach now in the NFL weighed in on the job.

Stoops is an inductee of the College Football Hall of Fame. Stoops guided Oklahoma from 1999-2016, capturing the national title in 2000 and 10 Big 12 championships. Stoops was the Walter Camp Coach of the Year in 2000 and 2003. Stoops earned Big 12 Coach of the Year six times.

USC fired Clay Helton on Sept. 13. Helton posted a 46-24 record during his tenure at USC.