University of Oklahoma President James Gallogly will propose to sell alcoholic beverages at OU sporting events, including Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, to the Board of Regents meeting on May 10. This is the final step of a year-long process to have alcohol sold at home football games.
The OU Board of Regents are set to authorize the sell of alcohol at home football games starting next season, according to the agenda. This is the final step in the process. Board of Regents meeting is Friday where they will vote (it’ll be approved). pic.twitter.com/XRUM5OELyy— George Stoia III (@GeorgeStoia) May 7, 2019
The University of Oklahoma sold beer at home basketball games of the 2018-19 season and at the annual Spring Football Game back in April as part of the University's "pilot program."
The locations of sales of alcohol in the "pilot program" — introduced back in October of 2018 — were at basketball games in the Lloyd Noble Center and at the baseball softball facilities.