Sooner Fan Guide to San Antonio

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
NOVEMBER 29, 2007

NORMAN, Okla. -- The Oklahoma Sooners (10-2) make their sixth appearance in the past eight seasons in the Big 12 Championship Game on Saturday night at the Alamodome. OU, with conference crowns in 2006, 2004, 2002 and 2000, is aiming to become the first Big 12 team to win back-to-back titles.
The Sooners handed top-ranked Mizzou (11-1) its only loss of the season, 41-31, in Norman on October 13. Since that loss, MU has reeled off six wins and jumped to No. 1 in the BCS. Saturday's rematch in the conference title game is set for 7 p.m. CT in San Antonio. provides complete coverage at Big 12 Championship Central.
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  TV & Radio

ABC has the national telecast with Brent Musberger calling the game, Kirk Herbstreit with analysis and Lisa Salters reporting from the sidelines. The Big 12 Championship marks OU's 67th consecutive game on TV.
The 41-station Sooner Sports Radio Network will broadcast the game live with affiliates blanketing the state of Oklahoma. KOKC, AM 1520 and KRXO, FM 107.7 will carry the game in Oklahoma City while KMOD, FM 97.5, KTBZ, AM 1430 and KAKC, AM 1300 have the matchup in Tulsa. The network will also carry the game to Sooner fans in Amarillo, Dallas and Houston, Texas plus Fort Smith, Ark. and Wichita, Kan. Bob Barry, Sr., will call the game with analysis from Merv Johnson and sideline reports from Trent Smith.
Friday night, join the OU radio team in San Antonio from 7-8 p.m. at a special Big 12 Championship edition of Sooner Sports Talk from Dick's Last Resort on the River Walk. The show is presented by Stryker Orthopaedics.
  ESPN College Gameday

ESPN's College GameDay was in Norman on October 13 to cover Oklahoma's 41-31 regular-season win against the Tigers. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso and the Gameday crew will be live Saturday morning (9-11 a.m.) in front of the Alamo to cover the title tilt between OU and Missouri.
College Gameday has been on site for 18 Oklahoma games (only four schools have more appearances). Saturday marks the first time Gameday will cover an OU Big 12 title game since 2000 when the Sooners defeated Kansas State in Kansas City en route to the program's seventh national championship.
  Boomer Bash

Sooner fans can join in all the excitement of the Official Pre-game OU Boomer Bash at the world famous Buckhorn Saloon and Museum on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 3-5 p.m. Winner of the "Best Attraction" award from the San Antonio Downtown Alliance, the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum is sure to delight and amaze everyone who attends.
The Official Pre-game OU Boomer Bash will include appearances by Joe Washington and Lee Roy Selmon. The event will be a catered affair with all the trimmings of the southwest including a Salsa Bar, Pecan-Encrusted Chicken, Tacos, Hill Country Sausage and more. Learn More and Purchase Tickets
  Wear Crimson

As always, Oklahoma fans are encouraged to wear the school colors to support the Sooners from the stands -- the nation will be watching. Be loud, be respectful and cheer the Sooners on to victory against Missouri for the program's 41st conference title. The Pride of Oklahoma will play on the field and from the stands while the Sooner Schooner will be on the sideline pulled by Boomer and Sooner IV in their next-to-last appearance at an OU game.

Although Oklahoma sold out its official allotment weeks ago, Sooner fans can still purchase general admission tickets online via TicketMaster or by calling (800) 678-5488. Official sections for OU include 124-133, 225-233 and section 106 (please view seating chart below).




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