Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops isn't impressed by the mighty SEC.
"So they've had the best team in college football," Stoops said during a booster tour stop, according to the Tulsa World. "They haven't had the whole conference. Because, again, half of 'em haven't done much at all. I'm just asking you. You tell me."
Yes, the Southeastern Conference has won seven consecutive national championships and had a record 63 players selected in the 2013 NFL Draft.
However, the SEC does have its share of problems. Five SEC teams posted losing records last season and four schools made coaching changes due to poor performance.
Stoops suggested people shouldn't be so quick to anoint the SEC as the home of college football's next national champion, suggesting the Sooners faced a tougher schedule last season in the Big 12.
"So you're listening to a lot of propaganda that gets fed out to you," he said. "You're more than smart enough to figure it out. Again, you can look at the top two, three, four, five, six teams, and you can look at the bottom six, seven, eight, whatever they are. How well are they all doing?
"What'd we [the Big 12] have, eight of 10 teams in bowl games this year? Again, you figure it all out."