This past Saturday, No. 5 Oklahoma traveled to No. 2 Ohio State to take on the Buckeyes in a tough matchup during the college football weekend.
Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield had himself a day, as threw for 27 completions in 35 attempts, 386 passing yards and added three touchdowns.
When someone asked Siri, the voice on iPhones, "Who owns Ohio Stadium?", Siri responded with a surprising answer. She said, "Baker Mayfield," right after he led Oklahoma to a 31-16 victory over Ohio State.
Down 13-10 with 8:10 in the third quarter, the Sooners led a furious comeback. With 2:17 remaining in the third, Mayfield threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Lee Morris, and Oklahoma went ahead 17-13.
They would go on to score two more touchdowns and increase their lead to 18 points, which promptly ended any chance the Buckeyes had to get back into it. Now that Mayfield took down the mighty Buckeyes of Ohio State in their house, it looks like he officially owns their stadium.
Baker Mayfield says his emotions got the better of him after the win. pic.twitter.com/fChahnAzZy— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 11, 2017
"The Shoe" is the nickname for Ohio State's stadium, and Mayfield actually planted an Oklahoma flag on the field after the game. He was ramped up after an emotional victory, and thought why not in this case that he took down the No. 2 team in the country.
Oklahoma will look to keep pace with No. 1 Alabama in hopes that they will matchup in the playoffs. There's a long way to go, but while the Sooners have Baker Mayfield as their field general, all things are looking good for the team.