Oklahoma linebacker Caleb Kelly (19) and others douse coach Lincoln Riley in the final seconds of their Big 12 Conference championship game victory over TCU on Saturday. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

It seems Oklahoma can't get enough of planting that crimson OU flag on the field after victories away from home.

After Oklahoma's 41-17 win over TCU in the Big 12 title game, Oklahoma offensive lineman Erick Wren planted the flag in the turf at AT&T Stadium.

It's the third time Oklahoma has planted a flag this season.

Early in the season, quarterback Baker Mayfield planted a flag in the middle of the O at Ohio Stadium following a 31-16 win at Ohio State on Sept. 9. Buckeyes fans were upset, and Mayfield later apologized.

Sooner linebacker Ogbonnia Okoronkwo then planted the flag at the Cotton Bowl following a 29-24 win over Texas on Oct. 14.

Even opponents have gotten into the act. Iowa State's Evrett Edwards planted the state's flag at midfield following its 38-31 upset over the Sooners on Oct. 7 in Norman, Okla.

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