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Oklahoma State’s Spring Football Game Will Be Open to Fans

Date and details released for OSU’s spring game.



Oklahoma State’s spring football game is a fan favorite every year, but this year it means a little something extra.

On Friday, OSU announced details for the exhibition that serves as a both a fan experience and a culmination of a weeks-long spring camp.

The 2021 rendition will serve as the next milestone on the road back to (what we hope will be) a normal college football season in Stillwater. And it will provide fans with some semblance of what they’ve enjoyed in previous years.

The two most important points for most are the date (the spring game will take place on Saturday, April 24) and the availability (fans will be allowed to attend).

Here are some of the other details that OSU released.

Admission will be free and masks are required. Gates will open at 11 a.m. Concession stands and restrooms will be open. Fans can enter either from the north or the south and can sit anywhere in the main bowl of the stadium. There will be no suites or club seating available.

The event will not be streamed or broadcast in video, but Dave Hunziker, John Holcomb and Robert Allen will provide live coverage via the Cowboy Radio Network.

Fans will not be allowed on the field following the exhibition, but there will still be a Hall of Fame block party until 4 p.m. ahead of OSU’s baseball team hosting Texas at 6 p.m. at O’Brate Stadium.

Last year’s spring practice was shut down due to Covid-19 meaning there was no spring game. Whether this rendition is a true scrimmage, a glorified practice (as in recent years) or a 7-on-7 is yet to be determined but most fans will probably just be happy for some in-person football content.

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