NORMAN, Okla. (KTUL) - After a hard-fought 28-21 loss to the Oklahoma Sooners Saturday in overtime, Army football players still managed to leave their locker room the way they found it.
The Black Knights' running game gave Oklahoma fits all night Saturday by going on long, sustained drives that kept Lincoln Riley's high-flying offense off the field.
After falling in overtime in a game that was much closer than most people expected it would be, the Army football team packed up and left, leaving behind nothing but a performance that Oklahoma fans will be sure to remember.
University of Oklahoma senior associate athletic director Kenny Mossman posted this photo on his Facebook page of how Army left the visiting locker room at the stadium after the game:
One commenter on the post replied: "That’s the Army way!!!"