Bob Stoops has a complaint:
“We play at night way more than everybody else,” Stoops said during an interview with The Oklahoman.
Poor guy. According to the Oklahoman, the Sooners have played 18 evening or night games (out of a possible 27) over the past two seasons. You might wonder what the problem is, but Stoops goes on to explain the toll that so many late games take on family time and academic performance.
It needs to be spread around. We’re talking about competitive advantage and equality, and we’re all sharing the money … let’s all share the burden of it.
Facing a schedule that seems to feature few, if any, opportunities for home games worthy of a starting time much later than 1:00 p.m., I suspect most Georgia fans would be more than happy to see their program help Coach Stoops with his “burden.”