OU Spring Game Fan Information

NORMAN, Okla. – Oklahoma fans have just one more day to purchase $5 tickets for this Saturday's Red/White Spring Football Game. At 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, the price will increase to $10.

Saturday's festivities begin at 9 a.m., with the Spring Sale in the OU Armory, located directly west of Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The OU Athletics Equipment Department and OU Bookstore will be on hand, along with three other local retailers selling fall clearance merchandise at discounted prices. The sale concludes at 3 p.m.

Those who shop before the game are encouraged to drop off purchases at their vehicles, as bags larger than 10" x 10" will not be permitted into the stadium. All normal game entry policies remain in place for the spring game relative to permitted items.

The stadium gates will open at 12:30 p.m., ahead of the Third Annual Legend's Flag Football Game, which begins at 1 p.m. The Red/White game will start at 2 p.m.

A tentative list of Legend's Game participants includes: Rufus Alexander, Reggie Barnes, Larry Birdine, Danny Bradley, Mark Bradley, Jason Carter, Quentin Chaney, Jacob Gutierrez, Jamelle Holieway, Chijioke Onyenegecha, Charles Thompson and Paul Thompson.

Fans may enter the stadium at Gates 1, 5, 7 and 11. The Sooner Kids' Club Check-in is at Gate 5. Seating will be restricted to the lower deck on the east and restrooms and concession stands will be open on the east and west concourses only. ADA seating is available in the south end zone section.

All seating is general admission.

A spring game program will be available for purchase as will stadium seats.

The Gomer Jones Center will be open for medical care.

OU is also hosting a track meet on Saturday with parking for that event at the Duck Pond lot. Otherwise, all campus parking is open and free of charge for fans attending the Spring Game.

The game will be carried live on KOKC (AM 1520), but will not be televised. This will be the first play-by-play outing for new Sooner radio football voice, Toby Rowland. He'll be joined by Merv Johnson, who returns in his analyst role, and Chris Plank, sports director at KTBZ in Tulsa, who will report from the sideline.

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