Bob isn’t getting called out for accepting the co-championship. He’s getting called out for the complete 180-degree flip on the issue from last season. Had OU beaten OSU in Bedlam last season, the Sooners, Cowboys and K-State would’ve all been “co-champions,” and Bob Stoops rightfully said that wouldn’t be fair: Why should OU have to share the title with two teams it beat? The same logic applies this year; why should Kansas State have to share the Big 12 title with a team it beat on its own home field? But when Stoops is asked about his apparent change of heart, he shoots it down and pretends like he wasn’t adamantly opposed to shared championships just one year ago. No one is saying he can’t accept the co-championship; of course he’s going to accept it. But if he’s going to regularly list it among his accomplishments this season, he should at least either (a) admit that he’s had a change of heart, or (b) acknowledge that it’s not the same as winning a Big 12 title outright.
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