In the 2013 offseason, Bob Stoops has gone from "hello!" to much more complex statements, and they keep getting better.
Bob Stoops on Texas A&M at the podium: "It's an SEC offense now? Well, for the last 100 years or whatever, it's been a Big 12 offense."— David Ubben (@davidubben) June 6, 2013
The Big 12, of course, was founded in 1994, but we got you, Bob. His confusion over which conference the Aggies' offense belongs to and how long they've been running it for might explain why they stomped the Sooners 41-13 in the Cotton Bowl, though.
Other recent quotations from the Book of Stoops were his claim that the SEC wasn't as strong top-to-bottom as the Big 12, and his claims that the BCS system was unfair without realizing that Oklahoma totally benefitted from the BCS over and over again.
Incidentally, Bill Connelly wrote about Texas A&M's umm... SEC offense in his countdown preview on Monday and Art Briles talked about why the Aggies were successful doing something different in their new league his interview with Spencer Hall.
Bob Stoops, defending his defense from the Cotton Bowl, says SEC didn't do a great job stopping Aggies either.— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) June 6, 2013