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Article written by Nick Roush

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14 responses to “KSR’s Monday Night Football Notebook: Stoops Claps Back at Neal Brown”

  1. StillBP

    “Claps back”… How TMZ of you. Grown adults shouldn’t use that phrase, it should be reserved for teenagers. So dumb.

    1. ClutchCargo

      Get ’em, BP! lol

    2. UKCatAttack

      I also found that headline odd

    3. KayutsBy90

      Well he writes like a high schooler so the use of the phrase is pretty fitting.

    4. GM1978

      I have no idea what it means, or why it’s significant.

    5. bigbluebanana

      Don’t insult high schoolers like that.

    6. WinkyBoyBlue

      I thought Nancy Pelosi invented the term

  2. Smyrna_Cat

    Arkansas … an 8th grader and a 5th grader. Sigh.

    1. RealCatsFan

      Billy Gillispie is on line two. He says it’s been done already.

  3. N-UR-i

    Claps back? Guess i am too old to understand that one

  4. blueballs80

    Great but do these guys recruit?

  5. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree

    Claps back…is that a millennial std?

  6. satcheluk

    I’m almost 50 and know the term. Bunch of old turds here, I guess.

  7. UoKFB PHAN

    ‘Claps back’, really? There is nothing in the story that would indicate Stoops firing back at Brown. I really have to question whether Stoops would add an assistant to the staff just for one recruit. The headline is not much more than clickbait.

    Just for the record, lets look at some of the definitions for ‘claps back’:

    clap back
    1. verb To respond to an insult or criticism, sometimes in a vengeful manner. – She calmly clapped back at critics by asserting that her weight is none of their business. I’m not proud of it, but I did clap back at the girl who stole my boyfriend by starting a vicious rumor about her.
    2. noun A response to an insult or criticism, sometimes in a vengeful manner. – I’m not great at the clap back because I get easily flustered by criticism. Her clap back was a vicious rumor targeting the girl that stole her boyfriend.

    OR

    basically a comeback, most likely pumped with attitude, sass and or shade.