Oklahoma Sooners Lubbock Tickets
The Oklahoma Sooners are ready to face off against the Texas Tech Red Raiders in a game that promises to be a thrilling experience. The Oklahoma Sooners are a college football team representing the University of Oklahoma since 1895. Their past record shows the team to be among the most accomplished football programs, with 598 wins and an overall winning percentage of above seventy-six percent. Their list of accolades also includes forty-four conference championships and seven national championships. The team has made a record for the longest streak of victories with forty-seven straight wins. Now they are going to face the Red Raiders at the AT&T Stadium. Get your Oklahoma Sooners Lubbock tickets and watch the talented players live in action.
- Texas Tech Red Raiders vs. Oklahoma Sooners, United Supermarkets Arena tickets for 02/04 06:00 PM at United Supermarkets Arena, Lubbock, TX
- Sat Feb 04 2017
The upcoming football game at the Jones AT&T Stadium is bringing two varsity teams head to head in a game that promises to be a thrilling experience. The Oklahoma Sooners, representing the University of Oklahoma will compete with the Texas Tech Red Raiders, representing the Texas Tech University. This upcoming game promises to be a game of epic proportions. Get the Oklahoma Sooners Lubbock tickets while they are still available and cheer your favorite team live from the stadium.
The Oklahoma Sooners football team came into formation in 1895. The team is a member of the ‘Big 12 Conference’ which is part of the Division I-A of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Since 1945, the Sooners have become one of the most successful programs. With a winning percentage of seventy-six percent and a total of 598 wins, they are an impressive college football team. The Oklahoma Sooners also have seven national championships and forty-four conference championships. They have bagged 154 All-Americans titles out of which seventy-five were through consensus. The team also holds the record for longest winning streak in the history of Division I of Football Bowl Subdivision. They bagged forty-seven straight victories.
The Oklahoma Sooners had their seventeen players and five coaches inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. The team has had four coaches with more than hundred wins each, including their current head coach, Bob Stoops. The Sooners are all prepared to face the Red Raiders. Get your tickets today and watch the players live in action.