The brutal video caused national fervor, with many calling for the jobs of Bob Stoops and other members of Oklahoma's administration who had allowed Mixon to play even after they saw the video two years ago.
Mixon starred for Oklahoma the last two seasons but sat out the 2014 season after punching a female student, fracturing four bones in her face. He scored 27 touchdowns while rushing 2,027 yards and averaging 6.8 yards per carry. "It's never okay to hit a woman". Mixon brings a combination of vision, power, and agility that had him draw comparisons to Adrian Peterson out of high school. It was significant and again, an 18-year-old in an altercation and one split reaction ought to have a chance to redeem himself, and I'll never go back on that belief. He responded by feinting a punch, at which point Molitor slapped him in the neck.
In the final game of his college career, a win over the Auburn Tigers in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the controversial running back totaled 180 yards and two touchdowns.
Mixon said he had no timetable for deciding whether to return to school or set his sights on the National Football League after Monday's Sugar Bowl win over Auburn.
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That obviously isn't a confirmation of the report but for what it's worth it does sound like Stratton is connected.
An Oklahoma State prospect who also had a 2014 incident of violence against a woman, wide receiver Tyreek Hill, fell to the fifth round in the 2016 draft.
Regardless of the evaluation he received, Mixon has to know deep down he's not going to be a first-round pick. But unlike Rice and Mixon, the public hasn't seen a video of what Hill did.
College players have until January 16 to declare for the NFL Draft.