The Oklahoma Sooners thoroughly dismantled the Florida Gators 55-20 in Wednesday night’s Cotton Bowl.

Sixteen players were unavailable for Florida, including its top 4 receiving threats Kyle Pitts, Kadarius Toney, Trevon Grimes and Jacob Copeland. Kyle Trask played, however, and it didn’t go well. The Heisman Trophy finalist threw 3 first-quarter interceptions and didn’t throw a touchdown for the first time in his career when starting a game. Backup quarterbacks Emory Jones and Anthony Richardson played most of the second half.

Many backups and scout team players participated (a lot) in the Cotton Bowl loss. That’s both good and bad, but remember, LSU was in the same position when it came to The Swamp and shocked the Gators earlier this season.

Oklahoma embarrassed Todd Grantham’s defense by racking up 684 yards of offense, including a whopping 435 on the ground. Yes, Florida’s offense struggled, but its defense struggled to tackle and even get lined up at times, which happened throughout the season.

Following the game, Mullen spoke to the media, and specifically one comment didn’t sit too well with fans and media. Mullen’s intent was to show that this is a completely different team without those 16 players on the field.

While Mullen is technically right, comments like these after losses don’t sit well. Reactions poured in on this comment alone: