On Saturday afternoon, the Oklahoma Sooners hosted the West Virginia Mountaineers in a Big-12 showdown.
The Sooners, thanks to the arm of quarterback Jalen Hurts, opened up an early 14-0 lead. West Virginia bounced back with a long touchdown pass of its own – with former Oklahoma quarterback Austin Kendall throwing his first touchdown pass against his former team.
Oklahoma answered with two more touchdowns to take a 28-7 lead in the second quarter.
After the Sooners’ latest touchdown, the Sooner Scooner went out for its customary stroll. The celebration took a scare turn when the horses leading the Sooner Schooner cut on too much of an angle.
As a result, the wagon flipped over and the passengers were sent tumbling to the ground.
Video shows the two drivers tossed out of the wagon.
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Both drivers were able to walk off under their own power, but the woman in the driver’s seat appeared to have a heavy limp.
The wagon also dug into the ground in the endzone, leaving a large divot in the grass.
Hopefully no one was harmed during the incident. As for the game, there was no delay as a result of the damage to the field.
Oklahoma leads 28-7 with just over four minutes left in the first half.