OU's Stoops takes shot at rival Oklahoma State

There's always time for a nice little jab to an in-state rival, especially in college football.

Following his team's pro day on Tuesday, Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops walked past reporters and pointed to the rafters of the Everest Indoor Training Center.

“You see we got another championship banner up?," Stoops asked. “It’s not a South Division one, either.”

Of course, Oklahoma State ordered Big 12 South championship rings for its players even though the Cowboys did not represent the division in the Big 12 title game against Nebraska because of the league's tie-breaker. The Cowboys tied for the division title with Texas A&M and OU, but the Pokes fell to the Sooners 47-41 in Stillwater in the last game of the regular season. OU then beat Nebraska in the Big 12 title game.

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