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Oklahoma Painting Green Wave Logo On OU’s Field For Saturday’s Game Against Tulane
© Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports
Oklahoma's game against Tulane was supposed to happen in New Orleans. It has since been moved to Oklahoma due to Hurricane Ida. So to make Tulane feel more at home, the Sooners have added some imagery to the field at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium...
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The Boat30 months
Meh. On the 25 yard line. Would have been cooler if it was on the 50 and there was no OU logo on the field.
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BradPitt30 months
Oklahoma was supposed to play Tulane on the road? Pretty embarrassing.
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KillTheGophers30 months
Embarrassing? Many P5 schools have played away games in LA against G5 schools for recruiting purposes.
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Vidic30 months
It’s pretty cool and all, but unless OU returns to Tulane and and gets the team the money they were set to make, it’s all just a PR stunt and worthless. I have a feeling they won’t be rescheduling that game
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NorthPark30 months
OU is giving Tulane all of the profits from the home ticket sales.
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Hurricane Mike30 months
Are they going to cover 31?
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hollywoodhead30 months
Yes
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soccerfüt30 months
Nicely done, Oklahoma.
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coachLSU30 months
Class
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xGeauxLSUx30 months
Big ups to Oklahoma.
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Jabontik30 months
Love the green wave
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AtlantaLSUfan30 months
Sucks so bad for Tulane.
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Lithium30 months
Really Nice Gesture by Sooner Nation
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BobABooey30 months
Do they still run the Sooner Schooner out before kickoff? If so, I hope the horses or whatever pulls the wagon stops and takes a huge dump right on that POS logo.
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Eden Isle Tiger30 months
See the logo offends u BobaDupey!
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jscrims30 months
Dude, can we hang out because you seem so cool and edgy?
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RazzleDazzle30 months
a-hole
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