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Oklahoma football: Students refuse to leave stadium during weather delay

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The OU student section refuses to take shelter during rough weather prior to the Sept. 17 game against Ohio State. The start of the game game was delayed by 90 minutes.

Oklahoma's game against No. 3 Ohio State has been delayed due to weather, but that hasn't stopped students from enjoying themselves. 

Those who did try to leave ran into other students trying to get to their seats.

Those in the stands decided to have some fun in the rain

The section has cleared out some now, with over two hours still remaining until kickoff.


Jesse Pound is a journalism and economics senior and the Editor in Chief of The Daily. He has previously worked as a business intern at The Oklahoman and The San Antonio Express-News.

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