I think it's good to demand perfection, especially from a sport's fan's perspective.
But you don't have to go crazy on someone in a game and treat them like crap to show your disapproval. What a mean guy.
That said, I get why he did the trick play. Trick plays are important if the game isn't going your way. They're practicing it now so they have a higher chance of executing it when they need to. Yeah, he's a dick for doing it. But more repetitions in a real game, in front of a huge crowd is a great way to prepare your players.
That's why Urban Meyer made his team go 4th and 4 when they were already up. And to a degree, that's why Urban made his first team offense still play late in the 4th quarter. They needed the reps of playing in front of a huge crowd. The next game won't be in front of a home field, and Oklahoma is hungry to prove themselves after a loss.