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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 30 Oklahoma at Oklahoma State Photo by David Stacy/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Per multiple reports, during the second quarter of last weekend’s game between the Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys, a Cowboys equipment manager was assaulted by Sooners fans. The manager reported suffered a broken rib in the altercation.

“The OU Athletics Department is aware of the interaction during Saturday night’s game between some fans and an Oklahoma State team staff member,” the Sooners said in a statement. “The matter was immediately turned over to the OU Police Department and is under investigation with the athletics department’s full cooperation. No matter the outcome of the investigation, physical contact by any fan with an employee of any team is unacceptable. The department condemns the behavior of the involved fans, and once the individuals are identified, they will be banned from attending any future OU Athletics events.”

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Posted by BevoBeat from on Monday, November 23, 2020