By Jack Shields
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield was on The Rich Eisen Show to talk about the game at Ohio State.
Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield joined The Rich Eisen Show on Tuesday to discuss his performance against the Ohio State Buckeyes. Unsurprisingly, Rich opened the segment by asking Mayfield about planting the flag at midfield in Columbus. When asked why he apologized for planting the flag, Mayfield said he caught a lot of flak for it but if he were to go back in time he wouldn’t do anything differently. He also added that he’s caught more flak from Oklahoma fans who were upset that he apologized. Here’s the whole interview:
“There’s a lot of sensitive people in this world in this day and age. I’m going to offend a lot of people. It’s just the nature of the position I’m in. You’ve got to try and stay a little bit level-headed and enjoy the win, but at the same time not tick too many people off.”
“I wouldn’t take it back, but it was meant to be just for our team and a statement for us.” – Baker Mayfield on The Rich Eisen Show
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