Under the Radar

Black Knights Stomp Sooners in Clean Locker Room Challenge

Army Black Knights left a spotless locker room after their game against Oklahoma. (Army Equipment Twitter)

The Army Black Knights suffered a heartbreaking 28-21 overtime loss against #6 ranked Oklahoma on Saturday in the Sooners home stadium. As the game progressed and Army hung in against a team that many picked for another National Championship playoff slot, the fact that it was pay-per-view TV only in the state of Oklahoma (for $54.99!!!!) enraged college football fans on Twitter who were hungry for what would've been a massive upset.

Oklahoma fans should have been rattled to find their team almost defeated in a game where the Sooners were 31-point favorites, but it was the Black Knights' post-game locker room game that really made an impression.

Oklahoma City's News 9 ran a story about how clean the visitors' locker room was after Army left the building and ran a taunting tweet from the Black Knights' equipment managers.

Army fans can feel some pride. The team may not have managed to upset a CFB powerhouse, but their locker room skills are unparalleled.

Of course, this begs a disturbing question: if Army's clean locker room is such a big deal, what kind of disgusting mess do other teams leave behind when they visit the Sooners? 

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