Despite Oklahoma’s loss to Houston on Saturday, the Sept. 17 game vs. Ohio State in Norman is still one of the five most expensive games remaining in the college football schedule on VividSeats.com. The OU/Ohio State game is fifth on the list with a median price of $406 per ticket, while the OU/Texas game’s median price has jumped to No. 4 on the list at $425. The latter can obviously be attributed to Texas’s win over Notre Dame on Sunday. These two matchups trail Michigan at Ohio State ($575), Georgia vs. Florida in Jacksonville ($465) and Alabama at Auburn ($450)
Before the Houston game, the OU/Ohio State game was No. 1 on this list. However, OU has climbed to No. 4 on the list for the median ticket prices for all of their home games at $149, trailing only Ohio State, Notre Dame and Georgia.
Here are some other cool links to occupy your time today:
- Jon Johnston of SB Nation’s Nebraska blog, Corn Nation, has written a great piece, which analyzes how targeting was called in Week 1.
- The City of Norman has implemented a new traffic plan for all home games. You need to read it.
- The Tulsa World’s Cody Stavenhagen has written about how Jarvis Baxter is moving on from his “fumble”.
- Adam Hunsucker of The News Star (Monroe, La.) describes the tall task that the Warhawks face this week.
- Brooke Pryor of the Oklahoman writes about Baker’s efforts to improve his decision making.