When the Oklahoma Sooners went to Ohio State and beat the Buckeyes earlier this season, QB Baker Mayfield grabbed the Oklahoma flag and planted it at midfield.

That, naturally, rubbed some Ohio State players the wrong way, as they weren’t happy with the way the Heisman-winning quarterback treated their home field.

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This week at the Senior Bowl, Mayfield was confronted by some Ohio State players on a bus, but according to Sports Illustrated, it was a light-hearted and funny moment for all involved:

On a charter bus ferrying the North team to and from practices at Ladd-Peebles stadium, two Ohio State players surrounded Mayfield in his seat, blocking him in. Defensive linemen Jalyn Holmes and Tyquan Lewis stared down Mayfield, and one of them broke the silence: “What’s wrong with you, bro?”

A pregnant moment passed, then the three burst out laughing. “That’s what you get for kicking my ass the year before!” Mayfield said, referring to the Sooners’ 45-24 loss to the Buckeyes in Norman back in September 2016. The Ohio State pair admitted they probably would have done the same thing had the tables been turned.

It’s good to see that the Buckeyes and Mayfield both had good senses of humor about the incident, which Mayfield apologized for shortly thereafter.

In the grand scheme of things, it’s not a big deal, so it’s best to laugh it off and move on.