Oklahoma Red Cross, Case McCoy take Twitter jabs at Tide

By Jerry Hinnen | College Football Writer

If it wasn't the biggest upset of bowl season in terms of the point spread -- that honor belongs to UCF's takedown of Baylor -- but most college football fans would call Oklahoma's Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama the biggest surprise of bowl season nonetheless.

So it wasn't a surprise the game triggered a huge amount of chatter on Twitter, even from feeds that might not usually comment on a college football game. Like, for instance, the Oklahoma Red Cross, who sent out this tweet -- since deleted, but saved by al.com -- razzing the Tide over the loss:

Though that tweet seems mostly harmless (if oddly sourced,) the Red Cross apologized several times over:

Not deleted, not apologized for, here's Texas quarterback Case McCoy's brief summation of the deciding play, when Eric Striker stripped AJ McCarron for the icing fumble-recovery touchdown:

As the 3,300 retweets would suggest, that about covered it.

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