Dec. 2 (UPI) -- Baltimore tight end Mark Andrews trolled San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa with a touchdown celebration during the Ravens' win Sunday, rehashing bad blood from a 2017 college game when they were at Oklahoma and Ohio State.
Andrews caught the 20-yard touchdown in the first quarter of the Ravens' 20-17 win at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. After tying the game at 7-7 with the score, he rose from the ground and called several teammates over. The group of Ravens players then pretended to swing flags before planting them in the ground.
The celebration was a reference to Andrews' former Oklahoma teammate and current Cleveland Browns gunslinger Baker Mayfield, who waved a Sooners flag before planting it at midfield during Oklahoma's 31-16 win against Bosa's Buckeyes on Sept. 9, 2017.
Earlier this season, Bosa performed the same celebration when the 49ers beat the Browns, in front of Mayfield.
"It was a little comeback," Andrews told reporters. "'Bosa, Bosa,' it was one of those things, just like he said, 'Baker, Baker.' It is what it is. Just having fun out there."
Andrews had three catches for 50 yards and a score in Sunday's win. Bosa had one tackle.
"You kind of talk bad about Oklahoma, you're going to get reprimanded," Andrews said.
Andrews now has 693 yards and seven scores on 53 receptions this season. The Ravens next face the Buffalo Bills at 1 p.m. EST Sunday at New Era Field in Buffalo. The 49ers travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints, also at 1 p.m. EST Sunday.