Bob Stoops Thinks SEC Defenses Are Overrated
Bob Stoops should just accept the next job that opens up in the South Eastern Conference.
Stoops envy for the conference that has dominated the BCS for almost a decade is beyond evident. Stoops again took a shot at the SEC and their defenses during a small gathering with local Sooners beat writers.
Stoops was asked about the landscape of the Big 12, and he used that time to direct his comments towards the SEC again according to Saturday’s Down South.
“Just a few years ago, we had all the quarterbacks,” Stoops said. “And now, all of a sudden, we can play a little better defense and some other people can’t play defense.
“Funny how people can’t play defense when they have pro-style quarterbacks over there, which we’ve had. They’re all playing in the NFL right now.”
Stoops as only he could, obnoxiously insinuated that SEC defenses were really good prior to the last two seasons because the quarterbacks in the conference weren’t good.
He essentially is saying that now that Texas A&M, Alabama, LSU, Georgia, and a few other schools have quarterbacks, SEC defenses simply aren’t good anymore.
After another reporter told Stoops the SEC has two quarterbacks ranked in the top 10 in passing efficiency, Stoops again answered with an obnoxious response.
“How’s that happening playing all those SEC defenses?” Stoops asked the reporters. “I still don’t know how A&M was third in the country in total offense and scoring offense playing all those SEC defenses. I have no idea how that happened.
“Oh, they’ve got a quarterback, that’s right.”
Bob Stoops needs to stop. SEC defenses are still the most dominant in america. They simply are playing against top flight SEC offenses.
Those same SEC defenses that look average against their own conference competition, absolute dominate Big 12, Pac 12, and Big 10 competition every time they battle.
Bob Stoops needs to quit being moist.