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Old 02-27-2019, 01:51 PM   #1
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Default Sooners release spring football schedule

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Oklahoma will open its spring football season with a March 7 practice in Norman.

It will be the third spring session under head coach Lincoln Riley.

Storylines abound on all three phases of the football.

How will quarterback Jalen Hurts become acclimated with Riley’s offense during 15 practice sessions? How important is it for defensive coordinator Alex Grinch not to waste a day as he installs his style with players? Who is going to take over for kicker/punter Austin Seibert?
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Old 03-05-2019, 12:57 PM   #2
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Also coming to Oklahoma Memorial Stadium...

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NORMAN – Oklahoma football fans will enjoy improved wireless access during games as well as more room in seats and aisles.

The stadium upgrades are part of the $14.9 million plan approved by OU Board of Regents during an October 2018 meeting.

"Our stadium is one of the great venues in the history of college football, but it needs upgrades, too," OU director of athletics Joe Castiglione said in a statement. "Among the improvements underway is a first-rate technological experience. We recognize that connectivity is an important piece of the fan experience. We're also exploring ways to use the wireless access to further engage our fans in nearly every aspect of game attendance."

OU is working with AT&T in making the wireless addition. The school announced that the new system will be Wi-Fi 6, the latest version of technology. There will be 750 access points added to the 245 that exist in the south end zone.
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