Thursday, October 8, 2009

OU to Crackdown on Counterfeit Merchandise

Law enforcement to crack down on unlicensed merchandise: University of Oklahoma officials and local law enforcement agencies plan to crack down on the sale of unlicensed merchandise with university logos. OU held a seminar Wednesday with officers from Norman and university police departments. OU athletic department director of licensing Renata Hays says upcoming sweeps will target stores and those who come to Norman on football game days to sell counterfeit products. She says first-time violators would receive warnings, along with demands to remove the items in question. (AP/The Oklahoman)

Stadium officials to reemphasize bag limitations: University of Oklahoma officials announced today that football game management staff will reemphasize limitations on bags allowed into the stadium beginning with this Saturday's game against Baylor, including implementing an airline-type container model for measuring allowable purses. (More at KFOR.com)

Losing the close games: The Oklahoman

Cameron Kenney could be just what Sooners need: The Oklahoman

Up close: Cameron Kenney: Tulsa World

Critics of Oklahoma Sooners' offense quick to forget: Fort Worth Star Telegram
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