By Matthew Brooks
The University of Oklahoma suffered a crash on the football field on Saturday.
During the Oklahoma- West Virginia football game the miniature horse-drawn covered wagon tipped entered the field to celebrate a touchdown.
In a tight turn, the wagon tipped over. Its occupants were tossed out and rolled across the field.
The University of Oklahoma released a statement stating that no one was injured in the crash.
The initial investigation suggests the weight distribution caused the tumble.
The horses were also unhurt.
The other activity on the field, the game against Virginia, went much better for Oklahoma.
The Sooners won 52-14 over the West Virginia Mountaineers.
This was not the first time such a thing has happened with the Sooner Schooner.