"It feels like it is a good fit for all parties involved," Dykes said.
"I have a lot of confidence in what Mike Stoops and Mark Stoops are doing," Dykes noted.
The Red Raiders have one of the top offenses in the country, especially through the air. The team averaged 440 yards of total offense and 31.5 points a game utilizing a pass happy spread attack.
The Wildcats averaged 251 yards a game behind a young offensive line and an oft injured quarterback.
Dykes, who is also Tech's wide receivers coach, is the son of Spike Dykes, the school's winningest coach. He's the brother of Rick Dykes, a former Wildcat offensive coordinator under John Mackovic.
Dykes was adamant that he was coming to interview for the job and that no offers had been made or accepted.