Oklahoma Football Spring Game Updates and Program 2022

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Norman Ok, April, 22 (The Oklahoma Post) –

OU announced in a press release that the Sooner Football 2022 Spring Game, led by new head coach Brent Venables, will take place on Saturday, April 23 at 3:10 pm in Norman, Ok. The official Oklahoma Spring Football Game Program for 2022 has also been released.

The grand reveal of Sooner legend Baker Mayfield’s Heisman statue will also take place the same day, following the annual spring game. Mayfield won the Heisman in 2017 and threw for over 12,000 yards in his OU career.

After speaking with the staff, The Oklahoma Post learned the red and white teams will face off in a traditional game comprised of 12-minute quarters. This setting will give us a better first glimpse of Venables Sooners 1.0 set for Saturday afternoon in Norman, Oklahoma.

Head football coach Venables previously revealed earlier in the spring that the roster of the team would be divided, via a coach’s draft, to create a real game scenario. 

The Red Team (coached by DeMarco Murray) faces the White Team (coached by Miguel Chavis) in four 12-minute quarters. The rosters and the Spring Game program can be found on the official OU website .

Kickoff for the big game is set for 3:10 p.m. at Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium and will be streamed live on SoonerSports.tv with a re-aired broadcast of the game coming on Bally Sports Oklahoma coming at 10:30 p.m. as well as 11:30 a.m. Sunday morning.

The public dedication of Baker Mayfield’s Heisman Trophy statue will be at halftime on Owen Field, with the reveal taking place on the stadium video boards.  Can’t beat that show!

Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium

You can get your tickets for the spring game directly from the OU Athletics Ticket Office.

For those traveling to Norman to see our Venable’s Sooners 1.0, please visit game day directions and parking information provided by the University of Oklahoma’s Sooner Sports website.

(Writing by Rachel Meyers; Editing by Robbie Robertson)

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