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Oklahoma’s Sooner Schooner Crashes On Field In Terrifying Scene

The Sooner Schooner being pulled off the field by two horses.

NORMAN, OK - NOVEMBER 26: The Sooner Schooner returns after after a touchdown in the first half against the Iowa State Cyclones on October 26, 2011 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Iowa State 26-6. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

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.

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.