Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield isn't exactly what you'd call soft spoken. He'll let you know exactly what he thinks. He talks a big game no matter the opponent, but he usually backs it up, and his teammates love him for it.
The Sooners' 31-16 win at Ohio State showed Mayfield and Co. are more than just talk, however. Even with a long season ahead, Oklahoma made a statement on the road and will soon be playoff frontrunners, thanks in large part to Mayfield's 386 passing yards with three touchdowns. He made play after play, even though his top receiving target, tight end Mark Andrews, was injured.
Afterward, Mayfield followed up that performance by planting Oklahoma's flag in the middle of Ohio State's 50-yard line.
Mayfield has always played with a monumental chip on his shoulder. He doesn't forget things, either, like Oklahoma's 45-24 loss to Ohio State in Norman a year ago. This is stuff he takes personally. For one night, he got payback.