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Video: Oklahoma Players Crowded The ESPN Stage After Sugar Bowl, Caused It To Collapse

They are pumped.

The Oklahoma Sooners may have pulled off the biggest upset of bowl season with their win over the Alabama Crimson Tide tonight, shocking the world. Despite Alabama not making the BCS National Championship Game, many college football fans believed that Nick Saban's team may have been the nation's toughest -- at least before it played OU. The Sooners came out and played a fantastic game, led by quarterback Trevor Knight, who threw for 348 yards and four touchdowns and set the tone in the 45-31 victory.

After the game, as you'd expect, the Oklahoma players were ecstatic. In their excitement they decided to surround their coach, Bob Stoops, as he was being interviewed by ESPN for SportsCenter. As they joined Stoops, Rece Davis, Lou Holtz, and Mark May on the ESPN stage, things got a bit wild -- all of them climbing on at once caused the stage to collapse. It was quite amusing -- here's video: