Oklahoma Football: OU Fall Football Will Include Fans, But Fewer Of Them

After the longest offseason in recent memory (both literally and figuratively), the Oklahoma Sooners have finally made it to the first Game Week of the 2020 college football season. Between the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the social turbulence unfolding around the nation, the past several months have provided OU’s program with a number of novel challenges. Despite all of that, Lincoln Riley and his team have maintained course.

"The standard here remains the same."#OUDNA pic.twitter.com/saejMBumS1

— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) September 8, 2020

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