Baker Mayfield Appears To Intentionally Throw Football at TCU Player’s Head During Warmups (VIDEO)
Baker Mayfield can’t seem to get out of his own way this season.
As good as he is behind center, especially this season, he continues to do and say things that completely overshadow his play on the field. The Oklahoma Sooners star QB was back at it again when footage was released showing him throwing a pass during warmups three weeks ago that hit a TCU player in the head.
A Twitter account called “Faker Mayfield” tweeted it out and also claimed the original poster was forced to take it down by the Sooners. The video shows Mayfield drilling a Horned Frogs player in the noggin as TCU tries to run past the Oklahoma players and onto the field.
Here’s the video of @baker_mayfield6 intentionally throwing the ball at a TCU player’s head during pregame warmups. @OU_Football made the original poster take his video down from twitter. Nice try Sooners. It’s back. pic.twitter.com/CgLGYZqq1u
— Faker Mayfield (@Faker_Mayfield6) November 30, 2017
This is what TCU coach Gary Patterson said about the incident:
“I didn’t really appreciate that they were trying to say that we were in the wrong because that was OK to let a quarterback throw a ball and hit a guy in the head that hasn’t played for two weeks,” Patterson said Tuesday in a long rant about the situation.
The two teams play for the second time this season on Saturday and if the Sooners can come out victorious, they will most certainly be in the College Football Playoff.