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Join the Sooner Baseball Family for Bedlam

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Press Release University of Oklahoma:

The Sooner Baseball Family will be providing a bus trip to Bedlam at Oklahoma State on April 15. The Sooners are scheduled to take on the Cowboys in game two of the Bedlam Series at 6:30 pm in Stillwater.


Following the success of the trip to Bedlam in 2012, the Sooner Baseball Family has reserved a bus with Red Carpet Charters that will make pick-up and drop-off stops in Norman, Oklahoma City and Edmond en route to Stillwater.

The cost will be $45 per person and can be paid either via credit card by calling the OU baseball office at (405) 325-8354 or with cash/check made out to OU Foundation to Lavonne Stockdale, who can be contacted at (405) 816-1346. The cost includes a ticket to the game, box dinner and transportation.

The deadline to reserve your seat is Friday, April 11. There will be door prizes as well as a chance to get to know other OU baseball fans.

Pick-Up/Drop-Off Locations: (Please note your location when registering)
Norman - NW Corner of the Lloyd Noble Center parking lot beginning at 3:30 pm. Bus will depart at 4:00 pm.
Oklahoma City - Crossroads Regal Theater (South side of the mall).
Edmond - Flying J (4801 NE 122nd St. at NE 122nd St. and I-35).

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