Bob Stoops and Oklahoma lawmakers have one thing in common these days: They’re not too happy with Lincoln Riley.

Stoops visited the Oklahoma State Capitol on Tuesday to accept a concurrent resolution from lawmakers honoring his service to the state. Stoops on the Senate Floor later said he’s a fish out of water in the Capitol and would “rather be in the middle of the Cotton Bowl fighting Texas.”

But about the former Oklahoma coach, Lincoln Riley, who left for Southern Cal, Stoops said, “Lincoln Riley didn’t invent Oklahoma football” on the House floor.

Stoops isn’t the only one in Oklahoma upset with Riley.

An Oklahoma lawmaker in December introduced a bill in the state’s Legislature that called for the renaming of 3 inches of State Highway 325 as the “Lincoln Riley Highway.” The 38-mile road runs from Boise City, Okla., to the New Mexico state line.

“I found the tiniest section of our most desolate of highways to play tribute to Coach Riley’s exit from Oklahoma football and the state. This is only fitting as this is the last three inches one sees before leaving our great state heading west,” state senator Bill Coleman, the bill’s sponsor, said in a release.