Found November 16, 2013 on
Like most college football fans, we like to see great hits on Saturdays. The best hit we’ve seen so far today, however, didn’t come from any linebacker, but rather the security at the Oklahoma-Iowa State game. A fan decided to run onto the field for his 15 seconds of fame, and while he was jumping for joy he got asbolutely leveled by security — the crowd loved it.
As always, somebody caught it on tape:
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A fan who made his way on the field during Saturday’s Oklahoma-Iowa State game had his one shinning moment quickly taken away after he was leveled by a security guard. “Take it off!”
Iowa State was favored by a point during Sunday’s home contest with No. 7 Michigan. That, however, didn’t stop the cyclone fans from storming the court after topping last year’s NCAA runner-ups, 77-70.
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Photos: MLive / Dustin Johnston
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