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Texas State Fair Cancelled-OU/UT needs to play in………

OU and Texas in the Cotton Bowl?

Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger (11) leaps into the end zone against Texas during an NCAA college football game at the Cotton Bowl, Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, in Dallas. (Nick Wagner/Austin American-Statesman via AP)

With the cancellation of the State Fair of Texas in Dallas this Fall, the Oklahoma/Texas football game needs to still be played in the Cotton Bowl.  With the understanding the game can happen,  the venue at the fairgrounds in Dallas would be the best place for the traditional game to take place.  Suggesting that the game be moved to Jerry’s World or a home site, in Norman or Austin, would likely be nixed by both Universities.  Austin, with issues both from the city of Austin and the state of Texas, on restricting attendance to make the game totally a wash.  Norman would not be approved by the University of Texas, even if the Sooners would allow a much larger crowd to attend the game.  



Best bet, if the game is played, on whatever date, is that the Cotton Bowl will host the 2020 season tussle between the two rivals.  


Feature photo:  Longhorns Fanatics.com

About Fred Pahlke

Fred Pahlke, an Oklahoma native has viewed over 10,000 sporting events in his 65 years. A season ticket holder of the Oklahoma City Thunder, former season tickect holder for the Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma City University Chiefs/Stars, he is an expert in both professional and college basketball and football. A high school athlete at Classen High School in basketball and tennis, he played amateur tennis after high school in the Missouri Valley Tennis Association. A graduate of Oklahoma City University, he taught in the public schools for 6 years before becoming a building administrator in the Oklahoma City Public Schools for 31 years, 28 as the Principal of various schools in the district. He has guided various high school and college athletes in his time as an educator and coach. Fredsportsextra has recorded 101, 410 article views in its first ten months, from August 2015 through May 2016.

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