NORMAN — For just the second time in school history, Oklahoma has three unanimous All-America picks. Quarterback Baker Mayfield, tight end Mark Andrews and offensive tackle Orlando Brown were all picked as first-team All-Americans by the American Football Coaches Association to wrap up their unanimous status. Unanimous All-Americans are picked first team by the Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News and Walter Camp Football Foundation in addition to the AFCA team.
NEW YORK — I’m a big believer in fairytales — and the serendipitous magic that comes with them. The princess transformations, the fairy godmothers, the Happily Ever Afters. All of it. At 2:30 p.m. Sunday, when OU assistant athletics director Mike Houck handed me and a couple others tickets to the Heisman Gala happening that evening, I knew I was going to need some of that Disney princess magic to pull it off. Turns out, all I needed was some help from my friends.
NEW YORK — Before Baker Mayfield returned to Oklahoma from his New York City adventure, he had one more stop to make at the Marriott Marquis. Mayfield donned a traditional tuxedo and attended the Heisman Gala, an annual event where previous Heisman winners welcome the newest winner into their exclusive fraternity.
Remember the little girl, Mackenzie Asher, who Baker Mayfield talked about during Heisman weekend? @JenniCarlson_OK went to her memorial service to learn her story: (warning: Kleenex necessary)
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