Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield Got Fucking Rocked By Arkansas Cops Last Month

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by Tommy Gimler

Good lord! If this is how the Fayetteville cops handle white guys, I can’t imagine how bad the Oklahoma secondary would have it if they decided to run from the law.

You might have heard that Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield was arrested for public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and fleeing from the Fayetteville Police Department last month, or you might be like us and couldn’t give two shits about it because you can arguably arrest 98 percent of the people who stumble out of a college town bar after midnight for the same shit.

Well, something you’re going to want to see is a) how terrible Mayfield’s breakaway speed is (I mean, unhook the fucking trailer, dude) and b) how lucky he is that he was able to walk away from the “biggest mistake of his life” without a few broken ribs, a fractured spine and a permanent stutter.

Look, if you’re that cop who made the initial hit, do yourself a favor and walk on for the Arkansas football team next year. There is no way Bret Bielema’s fat ass will turn down that kind of form and power. At the same time, try to remember the next time that this wasn’t a murder suspect running from the 5-0 but a drunk college kid.

I mean, if you drive forward any harder and jam your neck against the barrier and bust your spine in the process, is spending the rest of your life in a wheelchair over a hammered kid really worth it?

Wait, there’s more: Intentionally Breaking Somebody’s Leg When You’re All Shitfaced Is A Sport I’d Pay 12 Bucks To Watch

You have got to see this shit:

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