It was tough. It haunted me,” Mixon said of being suspended for a year after the incident. “[The incident] still haunts me to this day. I dream about it. If I could go back, I would do whatever I could to change the outcome of that situation. … I wouldn’t have been in that situation.” Stoops has said?that if the incident had happened now, it would be “just not acceptable” and he would’ve dismissed Mixon from the team. The city of Norman had shielded the surveillance video from the public since the incident, prompting a lawsuit from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. this articleEarlier this month, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled in favor of the broadcasters and ordered the city to release the tape under Oklahoma’s Open Records Act. In 11 games for the Sooners this season, Mixon has rushed for a team-leading 1,183 yards and eight touchdowns.
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