Oklahoma State Field Storming Results In 13 Injuries, According To Report

STILLWATER, OK - DECEMBER 03: Oklahoma State Cowboys fans carry the goal post after a 44-10 win against the Oklahoma Sooners at Boone Pickens Stadium on December 3, 2011 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

13 people were reportedly injured after fans rushed the field following Oklahoma's win over Oklahoma State.

Nobody ever wants to see this. According to reports from Stillwater, Oklahoma, 13 people were injured following the Bedlam matchup between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. The Cowboys won the matchup, 44-10, and fans stormed the field en masse following the game, tearing down the goalposts in celebration and generally milling about while reveling in the win.

The report comes from the AP and indicates at least 13 were injured.

BREAKING: 13 injured, 2 critically, as fans storm field after Oklahoma State's win over Oklahoma in college football. -JM

The field at T. Boone Pickens Stadium was a swarm of bodies, with orange and black occupying what seemed like every inch of turf following the Bedlam win. It's unclear how serious the injuries are at this time, other than two fans being in critical condition.

We'll be back with more as it becomes available. For more on the game, visit our Oklahoma State blog, Cowboys Ride For Free, and our Oklahoma blog, Crimson and Cream Machine.

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