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Watch: Antonio Brown tries to will his relative in the end zone

Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise Brown (5) runs in for a touchdown against Oklahoma State in Norman, Okla., Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018.

Antonio Brown was trying to will his cousin to get in the end zone.

The Steelers receiver was in Morgantown, W.Va., watching relative Marquise “Hollywood” Brown play for Oklahoma University against West Virginia University in a key Big 12 matchup.

Marquise Brown caught a crossing pass in the second quarter and took the ball to the goal line before he was taken down by the facemask at the 1-yard line.

Then Antonio Brown did everything not to lose his composure.

The Sooners won the shootout against the Mountaineers 59-56 and advanced to the Big 12 Championship game next week.

No word if Antonio Brown made the trip to Morgantown by way of helicopter.

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