After Oklahoma's home loss to Ohio State, head coach Bob Stoops apologized to fans.
The Sooners were thoroughly outclassed by the Buckeyes on Saturday night - and the loss may have put a dagger in Oklahoma's College Football Playoff chances. Bob Stoops, at his post-game press conference, said that he plans on keeping his team moving forward in a positive direction - focusing on winning the Big 12.
Nate Feken of KFOR provided video. Stoops apologized to fans for the team's performance.
Here's a transcript of Stoops' comments. He made it clear that his team needs to improve in Big 12 play.
"All of us together we're near good enough. We've got a lot of work to do if we're going to have any chance to win the Big 12. We'll keep a positive attitude. We'll keep working to improve. We will do our best to have a better showing when we get back on the field here in a couple of weeks."
"Our football team, and I take responsibility - not near good enough in a big game. Sorry to disappoint the fans and not give them - I'd never say a better effort because that's not the case. We just need to play better in a lot of areas and that's what I take responsibility for. Felt we got beat really in all phases of the game."
Ohio State, meanwhile, looked like a national title contender. It'll be interesting to see where the two teams go from here.