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Does The Big 12's Horns Down Rule Show How Sensitive Society Is Today? Baker Mayfield Thinks So

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It's been one of the stories of the 2018 season that has leaked into the lead up to the season which is 15 days away: Horns Down.

Unfortunately, the Big 12 has decided that doing the popular Horns Down celebration is not allowed on their field of play.

https://www.barstoolsports.com/barstoolu/big-12-no-fun-police-confirm-horns-down-will-still-be-penalized-in-2019

Baker Mayfield, who was on the wildly popular podcast Pardon My Take, let his thoughts known on such rule:

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If you have a problem with Baker's thoughts on this, you have to at least respect that he stands behind it. He spent his summer teaching the youth about his Horns Down movement:

https://www.barstoolsports.com/barstoolu/baker-mayfield-is-spending-his-offseason-teaching-the-youth-of-america-how-to-properly-horns-down

Back in the day, football was referred to as the gladiator sport. It was reflection of society. Hard nosed. Tough. Unfortunately, football is still a reflection of society. Soft. If you don't like the Horns Down celebration, Baker Mayfield knows that and he's speaking up when others are afraid.

I respect it. Horns Down forever. Don't let the

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