Claremore Daily Progress

Sports

April 8, 2014

OU Spring Football Game tickets on sale

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NORMAN — Live music inside the stadium will be provided by the Pride of Oklahoma and “My So Called Band,” a Norman-based group that specializes in ‘90s cover songs. OU students are encouraged to join the team on the field following the conclusion of the game to interact with student-athletes during a free one-hour postgame concert (no autographs permitted). Other fans will be encouraged to remain in their seats to enjoy the concert.

 

Pregame television coverage begins at 1 p.m. on FOX Sports Southwest with Sooner Sports Game Day hosted by Chad McKee. He will be joined by Voice of the Sooners Toby Rowland from the Big Boomer Barbeque with former Sooners Dusty Dvoracek, Teddy Lehman and Rufus Alexander providing analysis alongside Jessica Coody from the Sooner Sports TV studios.

 

The OU Spring Game will be telecast live on FOX Sports Southwest and FOX College Sports Central with veteran broadcaster Ron Thulin calling the action. Ten-year NFL playing veteran Dave Lapham will provide expert commentary with in-game sideline reports from McKee.

 

Oklahoma Football season tickets for the 2014 season are available for as little as a $100 per seat donation plus the ticket cost ($443 per seat). Donor season tickets are limited and will only be available as inventory exists. For more information visit The Sooner Club  or call at 405.325.8000.

 

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