NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops is done with the politicking that has turned the national championship race into a campaign.
His Sooners sit third in the latest BCS standings, a minuscule eight thousandths of a point behind rival Texas for the second-place spot that would put them in position to play for the national championship.
Stoops already made his case for why Oklahoma deserves one of the top two spots after a 65-21 rout of then-No. 2 Texas Tech on Saturday. He refused to do it again on Tuesday at his weekly news conference.
Stoops says it's unfortunate that coaches have to campaign for their teams in the subjective BCS system, and he thinks that's why more of them are starting to favor a playoff system.

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