The University of Oklahoma Athletics Department announced Monday that the Sooners’ home football contests against Tennessee (Sept. 13) and Oklahoma State (Dec. 6) are sold out.
OU Football season-ticket holders may still purchase single-game tickets for the remaining home games against Louisiana Tech (Aug. 30), Kansas State (Oct. 18), Baylor (Nov. 8) and Kansas (Nov. 22) before they go on sale to the general public on July 15.
Tickets that go on sale will be available based on returned inventory from opposing team allotments and will be sold throughout the season as supplies allow. Single-game tickets can be purchased online at SoonerSports.com, via phone at (405) 325-2424 or toll-free (800) 456-GoOU or in person at the Ticket Office located in the Asp Avenue Parking Facility.
Dates and kickoff times are subject to change as adjustments are possible to accommodate television partners' requests. Fans will be notified via SoonerSports.com and the official @OU_Football Twitter as information is determined for other contests.
While season tickets are no longer available for the 2014 season, fans wishing to reserve an opportunity to purchase Oklahoma Football season tickets for the 2015 season may do so for as little as a $100 per seat donation plus the ticket cost. Donor season tickets are limited and will only be available as inventory exists. For more information visit The Sooner Club or call at (405) 325-8000.
Since the arrival of head coach Bob Stoops in Norman, the Sooners have won a league-best eight Big 12 championships. Over that same span, no team hailing from a BCS conference has won more games than Oklahoma (160). Stoops is the only coach to lead his squad to victory in all four BCS bowl games and the BCS National Championship Game.
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