Lincoln Riley isn’t taking Oklahoma’s loss to Baylor very well.
On Saturday afternoon, Riley lost his mind on the sidelines after Baylor kicked a field goal while up seven with one second left on the clock which led to fans prematurely rushing the field before the game was over.
Baylor fans rushed the field with 1 second left and Lincoln Riley was HEATED 💀 pic.twitter.com/3PHcl7wTOW
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 13, 2021
While speaking the media after the game, Riley said he was angry with the refs for not calling a penalty on Baylor after fans rushed the field. Riley went on to say that he didn’t agree with Baylor coach Dave Aranda for violating the “code of sportsmanship” by kicking a field goal with one second left in the game.
Lincoln Riley said he was upset that Baylor wasn’t assessed a 15-yard penalty for the field rushing. He also said he understands why Dave Aranda kicked the FG, but said he wouldn’t have done it and that it goes against a “code of sportsmanship"
— Jason Kersey (@jasonkersey) November 13, 2021
College football fans immediately mocked Riley for his “code of sportsmanship” remark.
You're leaving for the SEC out of nowhere. Screw your "Code of Sportsmanship".
— Please Bear With Me (@PleaseBearW_Me) November 13, 2021
Lincoln can explain his code of sportsmanship to his new conference mates. https://t.co/j6Q7vxRkAA
— Matt Mosley (@mattmosley) November 13, 2021
If Lincoln thinks that went against the code of sportsmanship, just wait until you see what Alabama and Georgia do. It’s no mercy for them. https://t.co/GNVoub2b30
— Nick Canizales (@NickCanizales) November 13, 2021
Ah, that hallowed Code of Sportsmanship. 😉 pic.twitter.com/2VuUJpvDgi
— Brighton Capital (@BrightonCap) November 13, 2021
This the same coach who beat a team 76-0 earlier this year? Code of Sportsmanship my ass. https://t.co/VpV01CBmt9
— Jason Cook (@Jason_Cook100) November 13, 2021