By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield was not happy that the Ohio State Buckeyes sang their fight song last year at their Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium following the big win. After the Sooners big win, he decided to make the Buckeyes sick.
He called it embarrassing when the Buckeyes did that one year ago. Mayfield took the Oklahoma flag then ran around part of Ohio Stadium before running to midfield.
There, he waved the flag around before spiking it in the middle of the O. His teammates danced around him before and after the spike.
The Sooners defeated the Buckeyes 31-16 on Saturday night. Oklahoma scored 28 points in the second half.
Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer did not respond to any questions about the incident after the game. While he may not have seen it, once he does see it, along with his players, Mayfield’s actions have to hurt them inside.
“I’ve got a team to go coach,” Meyer said. “And we’ll be hard at work [today]. We lost a game. We lost a game to a good team. Didn’t play very well. Get back to work and get better.
“It’s a long season. Long season. This is — when you blow out a younger team — smaller team or a team that’s not very good, that’s doesn’t — we were challenged first half against Indiana, didn’t play very well and played very well in the second half. This game we didn’t play very well. So we’ll go back at it and it’s a long, long season. Good players.”
The Buckeyes won 45-24 in last year’s game in Norman, Oklahoma. In Saturday’s win, he went 26-of-34 for 287 yards and three touchdowns.
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