Aww, did Ohio State get it's feelings hurt? Did the University that's taken it upon themselves to dub themselves thee University not like having their oh-so-sacred territory marked? Does the team/coach that's known for trying to tack on unnecessary two point conversations when their games against inferior competition are already well out of hand not like being kicked when they are already down? Someone get Ohio State a hanky, because apparently the school that doesn't mind singing their fight song on enemy turf doesn't like the feeling of having dirt on their nose. Those poor Buckeyes. It's a damn good thing football is played in pads, because they'd be screwed if skin that thin was left exposed.
I suppose I understand why Baker Mayfield felt inclined to apologize for something that everyone outside of the illustrious walls of Ohio State thought was an incredible moment of abject disrespect. With an inevitable future in a league that prides itself on drawing absolutely ludicrous conclusions from the pasts of teenagers, the college quarterback with an arrest record should probably play it safe when backpedaling on eggshells. It's in his best interest to throw himself at the mercy of the court, even if the court of public opinion looked like the stands at the 'And 1 Mixtape Tour' after he tried to plant Oklahoma's flag in the heart of 'The Horseshoe'. Still, considering the self important program that finally ended up on the ass end of humiliation, I wish the person responsible for it flipped the bird at the conventional stupidity that governs college football and doubled down on emasculating Urban Meyer and his boys.