NORMAN, Okla. - Oklahoma?quarterback Baker Mayfield will not start Saturday's game against West Virginia?as disciplinary action for his antics at Kansas, coach Lincoln Riley said Monday. Mayfield, a senior, will also not serve as a captain on Oklahoma's senior day. "This decision was difficult," said Riley, who became emotional during his weekly press conference, unable to speak for several seconds. During the third quarter in Lawrence, Mayfield grabbed his crotch and appeared to yell "F--- you!" at the Jayhawks' sideline. Mayfield, the frontrunner to win the Heisman Trophy, apologized to reporters and over social media after the game Saturday night. "I got caught up in a competitive game, a chippy game, but what I did was unacceptable," Mayfield said. "I apologize. It's disrespectful. It's not the example I want to set. It's not the legacy I want to leave at OU. I truly do apologize. Thinking about the kids...


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