Add a little more fuel to the Bedlam football fire.
Oklahoma receiver Kenny Stills took to Twitter on Tuesday to stick up for fellow Sooner receiver Ryan Broyles and had some criticism of Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon.
Stills comments came after former LSU defensive back — and Jim Thorpe Award winner — Patrick Peterson tweeted, “Everybody follow the best WR in the College Football this year and last year @jblack_81 (Blackmon).”
Stills responded to Peterson, asking “You mean @RyanBroyles?”
Peterson then pointed out that Blackmon won the Biletnikoff Award as the nation's top receiver last season.
Stills then went on to criticize Blackmon, saying he had better stats and publicity, but “(Blackmon) is all about big bodying people and sloppy routes. (Broyles) gets open by finding space.”
“Based off of routes, knowledge of the game and the caliber of his fellow receivers, I'd go (with) @RyanBroyles,” Stills tweeted.
On Wednesday, Stills apologized to Blackmon via Twitter.
“Apologies to @JustBlack81,” Stills tweeted. “Wasn't knocking the Biletnikoff winner at all. He makes huge plays and dominates the game.”
Blackmon and Broyles were named to the preseason All-Big 12 team on Tuesday. Blackmon was named the preseason offensive player of the year.
This is the second time in about six months that a Sooner player has taken to Twitter to jab at Oklahoma State players.
In March, OU defensive back Tony Jefferson took a dig at OSU quarterback Brandon Weeden after Weeden posted a picture of the Cowboys co-South Division Big 12 championship rings.
“Love how @bweeden3 (Weeden) posted that pic of Big 12 ring,” Jefferson tweeted. “Didn't win that bud. #sorrypokes.”
The Cowboys and Sooners finished with the same record in the Big 12 South last season, but OU went on to the championship game because of their Bedlam victory.