Two Knights visit Stone Oak Elementary School
(L to R) Aidan Wollenzier, Jimmy Burk, Trevor and Connor Knight get together the sportscast.
Two Knights in one day brightened up the Stone Oak Elementary School televised morning announcements when the newly crowned MVP of the 2014 Sugar Bowl and his twin brother returned to their stomping grounds for a surprise visit.
Trevor Knight, the Oklahoma Sooner quarterback who was named the Most Valuable Player following the OU victory over Alabama on Jan. 2, is a former Stone Oak, Bush Middle School and Reagan High School student.
Trevor and Connor Knight were once sportscasters in the Bobcat Crew when they attended Stone Oak.
Trevor and his twin brother Connor, also an OU football player, were interviewed during the morning announcements by 5th grade sports reporters Jimmy Burk and Aidan Wollenzier.
Watching from the sidelines was their mother Tricia Knight, a first grade teacher at Stone Oak along withformer teachers who taught the boys when they attended Stone Oak.
Jimmy invited the OU players during the weekend when he encountered them at a gathering to which his family had been invited.
Newspaper headlines and news reports heralded Trevor as the hero of the Sugar Bowl following his record-setting performance in a 45-31 victory on No. 3 Alabama.
Following the interviews in the library, the Knight twins walked into a gauntlet of students applauding and cheering them whilespirals, notepads and sweatshirts were offered for them to sign.
Tricia Knight was all smiles as her two sons interacted with the students.
Posted on January 08, 2013