Bob Stoops Shares Thoughts On Oklahoma To The SEC

If you haven't heard by now, Oklahoma and Texas are both likely headed to the SEC. Hardly anyone has been talking about it, so I completely understand if you somehow missed that minor, insignificant news that we at OutKick have barely mentioned in the past week.

OK, now that we got all the sarcasm out of the way, we can continue.

Of course, everyone knows about yet another offseason move that is going to completely change the landscape of college football, and of course, pretty much everyone has an opinion on it. Legendary Sooners head coach Bob Stoops is no different.

The man accomplished so much in Norman after all. In his 17 seasons, he brought Oklahoma a national title and 10 Big 12 championships. That's not quite Nick Saban or Dabo Swinney level, but it's quite the resume.

People around college football, especially Oklahoma fans, are going to respect his opinion. And when it comes to the program making the jump to the most difficult league in college football, Stoops is all for it:

Stoops believes Oklahoma can have success in the SEC. In his opinion, the teams and fans that they'll bring to the table are second to none, and he believes the move will be attractive to recruits, players and spectators.

Stoops also addressed the elephant in the room, which is Oklahoma State. As much as he would like to see that in-conference rivalry continue, he also understands that conference alignment is changing a lot with college football.