​Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield clearly doesn't care about your feelings.

His Sooners improved to 5-1 at the Texas Longhorns' expense Saturday thanks to a marvelous performance through the air. Mayfield totaled 302 yards on 17 of 27 attempts, adding two touchdowns, one interception, and another fat W in the Red River Rivalry.

Of course, that means Mayfield couldn't just peacefully exit the Cotton Bowl without taunting the fans just a little bit.

It's just what he does.

To channel Randy Newman for a mom: you can leave your hat on, Baker.

Whether you like it or love it, this guy is proving to be one of the more outgoing, borderline-reckless characters in all of college football.

He is truly a master of twisting the knife when his opponents are already smarting. Fortunately, his performances on the field tend to back up all his pre- and post-game antics, last week's disaster against Iowa Sate notwithstanding.

Credit goes to the Longhorns for putting up a fight to the end, but the Sooners prevailed all the same when things were said and done. 

Now, Mayfield & Co. will gallop off to Manhattan to take on the Kansas State next weekend.

​That should be yet another thriller. Will new antics be in store for the Wildcats?