OU’s Hatari Byrd flips off Vols fans after 2OT win

The Oklahoma Sooners definitely earned the right to celebrate after pulling off a tough double-overtime win against the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville last night, but one young man might have gotten a bit too excited. As the Sooners exited the field, safety Hatari Byrd gave a disgruntled Tennessee crowd the finger, and the action was caught on video by SB Nation’s Steven Godfrey...
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September 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Oklahoma Sooners safety flips off Vols fans after win (video)

Oklahoma Sooners safety Hatari Byrd had better not show his face around Knoxville again anytime soon. After Oklahoma came back from a 17-0 deficit and defeated Tennessee, 31-24, at Neyland Stadium, Byrd made sure to rub some salt in the wounds of Vols fans. As he exited the field after the game, he flipped off the fans, which SB Nation’s Steven Godfrey was able to capture. It’s...
Via The Sports Daily
September 12, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Oklahoma S flips off Tennessee fans after game

No. 19 Oklahoma finished off an incredible 31-24 comeback victory at No. 23 Tennessee earlier tonight. The Sooners rallied from a 17-point deficit to win in double overtime. Things got a bit ugly after the game though, when OU safety Hatari Byrd gave some Tennessee fans the middle finger while exiting the field. You can see it at the end of this video posted by SBNation’s Steven...
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September 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Oklahoma Defensive Back Cited On Drug, Alcohol Complaints

University of Oklahoma safety Hatari Byrd was cited in Norman over the weekend on complaints of possession of drug paraphernalia by a minor and possession of alcohol by a minor, according to a report from the Tulsa World. According to the Norman Police Department report, the 20-year-old Byrd, who played in all 13 games for the Sooners this season, was pulled over by police after...
Via College Spun
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Hatari Byrd settling in Oklahoma defense

NORMAN, Okla. -- Maybe settling down is a good thing for Hatari Byrd. Too much moving, too much talk, too much uncertainty led to not enough production and not near enough playing time. Looks like all that could change in 2014. Already the talk has ceased, the movement has become static, not fluid, and now all that's left is to see if Byrd gets on the field. "I'm a lot more comfortable...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

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