By Jack Shields
Ian Fitzsimmons of ESPN radio gives his account of a back-and-forth between Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield and Ohio State fans.
It started with an impressive win over the No. 2 team in the country, with Mayfield throwing three touchdown passes and looking like a damn wizard in front of a national television audience during prime time. Then he decided to plant the OU flag at midfield and celebrate on Ohio State’s logo, which was all sorts of awesome. Most people loved it, but others were butt-hurt, so Mayfield issued an apology on Monday.
On Tuesday, Mayfield revealed on The Rich Eisen show that he didn’t actually regret doing what he did and essentially told people off for being overly sensitive, much to the joy of this OU fan.
Around that same time, ESPN Radio personality Ian Fitzsimmons gave a hilarious recollection of an extended back-and-forth between Ohio State fans and Baker Mayfield during the second half of Saturday night’s W (go to the 23-minute mark).
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