I'm moderately fine with it. I think it's a bit petty, officially they definitely lost the game, but whatever. This is not like Baylor and the Holiday Bowl. With Baylor, the call on the field was incorrect, but the application of the rule was correct. With zero time on the clock, a play that will not affect the outcome of the game can not be reviewed. The refs made a bad call, yes, but they also applied the rule correctly. In the Oklahoma State example, while the call (intentional grounding) was correct, they did NOT apply the rule correctly. They added a play to the game that never should have been allowed under the rules. Further, it DID have an impact on the outcome of the game. Briles ignored the proper application of the rule because he didn't like the call. Gundy didn't ignore a call he didn't like, he ignored the IMPROPER application of the rule. That's the difference.