Spring Football Finale Fan Guide

Justin Gilbert

Justin Gilbert

April 19, 2012

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STILLWATER, Okla. - The Oklahoma State football team puts a cap on spring drills with Saturday's Spring Football Finale, scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m. CT in Boone Pickens Stadium. Some tidbits to know going in:

• Several parking lots will be open and available for fans and members of the media alike on a first-come, first-served basis. For a complete look at parking options, click HERE.

• Tickets are available for five dollars (cash only), both in advance and at south ticket windows on Saturday. Children two years and under and Pistol Pete Partners will be admitted free of charge. Ticket windows open at 10:30 a.m. A ticket to the spring football finale is also good for free admission to the OSU baseball game vs. Texas Tech, which starts at 2 p.m. at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. This is a 10-dollar value.

• Media will call will be on the entrance ramp at the TV truck compound (same as the normal media entrance). It will open at 10:30 a.m. Don't head to the normal will-call window as it will be used for public sales.

• All fan seating will be in the south side of the stadium, so please plan accordingly. The concession stands will be open on the south side of the stadium. Regular stadium policies will be in effect. For a look at those policies, click HERE.

• The stadium gates open to the public at noon, but gates will open at 11:30 a.m. for club-level patrons and those in suites.

• For those unable to attend, the spring football finale will be broadcast live on the Cowboy Radio Network starting 12:15 p.m. Check your local listings.

• Printable rosters for Saturday can be found HERE.

• The approximately 75-play scrimmage starts at 12:30 with the first-team offense and the second-team defense on one team and the second-team offense and the first-team defense on the other. The quarterbacks and running backs Herschel Sims and Desmond Roland will play for both teams and offensive coordinator Todd Monken will call plays for both teams.

• Normal game conditions will be in effect during the first half as it pertains to how the score and the clock are kept. At halftime, coach Mike Gundy will determine the clock management of the second half. The first possession of each half will start with a kickoff. Otherwise, the ball will be spotted at the 35-yard line after each score.

• Punts, field goals and PATs will be executed, but all punt returns will be fair-caught and there will be no live rush on kicks of any kind.

• After the game, fans have the opportunity to meet the Cowboys on the field. 30 minutes will be put on the stadium clock and fans can interact with the players on the field surface during that time.

• Postgame media interviews for coaches will be held in the basketball interview room while the meet-and-greet with the public is taking place on the field. Player interviews will follow after the 30-minute fan time has expired. There will be no seating chart in the press box.



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