It’s October, Oklahoma’s first conference home game is Saturday and, as per tradition, the Sooners’ end zones have a different look.
The Sooners laid down a fresh coat of red paint in their end zones with ‘OKLAHOMA’ filled in with white paint and black outline.
On a nice day in Norman, Okla., it’s quite the sight.
The Palace on a Tuesday.
— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) October 3, 2017
The Sooners typically go with non-painted end zones in nonconference play with ‘OKLAHOMA’ filled in with red paint and outlined in white.
The change signals a new part of the season as the Sooners welcome Big 12 foe Iowa State to Owen Field on Saturday. The Sooners are undefeated entering October, while the Cyclones are 2-2 after a 17-7 loss to Texas last Saturday.
Kickoff between the Sooners and Cyclones is set for 12 p.m. ET and the game will be featured on FOX.
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