Mayfield and his campers took part in the “horns down” gesture, which mocks the Texas Longhorns. The move is even more bold, given the fact that Mayfield held the camp in his native Austin.This isn’t the first time that Mayfield took shots at Texas, and realistically speaking, it’s probably not the last time either.Baker Mayfield and his campers practicing the Horns Down at his Lake Travis camp. Not kidding. I think he’s got it down.— Kirk Bohls (@kbohls) June 14, 2019When I kidded Baker about doing the Horns Down at his Friday camp, he said, “Always. That’ll never change.”— Kirk Bohls (@kbohls) June 14, 2019It’s pretty clear that Mayfield still partakes in the rivalry between Oklahoma and Texas. In 2018, Mayfield had more than a few words to share on Instagram before the game.Both programs are entering this upcoming season with high expectations, making the stakes high for this year’s Red River Showdown.If the Sooners get the best of the Longhorns yet again, then Mayfield might have something to say about it. DALLAS, TX – OCTOBER 14: Baker Mayfield #6 of the Oklahoma Sooners waves the Golden Hat Trophy after the 29-24 win over the Texas Longhorns at Cotton Bowl on October 14, 2017 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Richard W. Rodriguez/Getty Images)Baker Mayfield certainly has the talent to separate himself from other quarterbacks, but the real difference is how he handles himself off the field.Throughout his football career, Mayfield has shown that he isn’t afraid to voice his opinion. Earlier this week, a handful of veterans on the Browns spoke to him about his comments on Duke Johnson.While the charismatic quarterback has made a few enemies in recent years, there is no denying his strong bond with Oklahoma.Although Mayfield’s playing days with the Sooners are behind him, he showed his school pride at his camp on Friday with an interesting pose.