Ou Football

October 17, 2010 by staff 

Ou Football, NORMAN, Okla. – It’s game day at the corner of the campus in Norman, Oklahoma football fans have been doing nickname proud of their school throughout the morning, arrive sooner rather than later to cross-match today with the State Florida.

It’s two hours before the game and the Sooners faithful have packed adjacent Asp Avenue campus as settlers waiting for a race on earth. The road has been closed to traffic and became a street fair full of corn dogs meters long, is the beer and gambling. A water tank Carnival offers the chance to extinguish a Seminole for charity. And a block away, dozens of OU fans have staked their claim to a piece of Oklahoma, South University Avenue redo a tailgate tent city.

“The best place in the world,” said Sean Fan Oklahoma Hubbard, who took 10 hours of Ruidoso, New Mexico, to be part of the festive scene. “The best atmosphere, the best tradition. There is nothing better than this.”

Dawned unusually cold in the plains of this September morning, leaving the game hanging thick in the air. Throughout the West Boyd Street, a layer of cream dripping clouds cover the campus of Oklahoma Cherokee Brick Gothic, like vanilla icing stacked in a red velvet cupcake.

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