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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | September 13, 2015

Oklahoma QB Mayfield shows off his victory dance after comeback

Baker Mayfield has become known for his impressive dance moves during his short time at Oklahoma.

So what better way for the Sooners quarterback to celebrate a double overtime win over No. 23 Tennessee than to dance with his teammates?

As safety Kahlil Haughton put it best on Twitter: “Baker has the moves on and off the field.”

Mayfield’s moves on the field might have started off rough with a pair of interceptions, but his pass to receiver Sterling Shepard in the second overtime sealed the 31-24 comeback for Oklahoma in Knoxville. He finished the night with three touchdowns and a rushing touchdown.

If Mayfield continues to show poise in games like these, then he'll be sure to produce more danceable locker room moments.

 

 

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