Baker Mayfield was nothing short of spectacular on Saturday night in Columbus, backing up his talk with a 27-35 performance that included three touchdown passes. In one of the most hostile stadiums in the country — Ohio State’s Ohio Stadium aka “The Horseshoe” — the quarterback of the Oklahoma Sooners was in complete control. In fact, he was so dominant in Columbus that someone felt the need to update Ohio Stadium’s Wikipedia page.
I may be a bit biased, but this is one of the better Wikipedia edits I’ve seen. I remember Jason Terry being declared dead on Wikipedia after Lebron James dunked on him a few years ago. Also, I can’t find any internet documentation for this, but I seem to recall that Bob Stoops was the head coach at Nippleton State a while back, per Wikipedia. Along similar lines, Rick Barnes once coached the “Titty City Vols”. Anyway, this one is pretty outstanding.
It’ll probably be changed back to its original form minutes after this post publishes, but we all know the truth — Baker Mayfield owns the Buckeyes and, if only for a moment, their stadium.