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The University of Oklahoma Sooners are a NCAA Division-I football team that play in the Big 12 conference. The Oklahoma Sooners football program is the most successful in the modern-era with 542 wins since 1924, which gives them a winning percentage of .761 overall. Under the direction of head coach Bob Stoops the Oklahoma Sooners are one of the most competitive teams in the league.


The Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, is home to the University of Oklahoma Sooners football team. The Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium seating chart has a capacity for 82,112 screaming football fans though often there are many more football fans in attendance. In 2006 the average attendance at University of Oklahoma Sooners home games was 84,561 a whopping 2,500 fans over capacity. University of Oklahoma Sooners fans go crazy on game days. They can be seen sporting their Crimson and Crème Sooners football jerseys on campus all day and screaming the school fight song, "Boomer Sooner".


Bowl games and Championship match-ups are a common occurance in the post-season for the University of Oklahoma Sooners. The team can claim 42 conference championships titles and 7 national titles including a win in 2000 against the Florida State Seminoles which was said to be one of the greatest sports moments in Oklahoma history. With several All-American players and multiple Heisman Trophy recipients Oklahoma Sooners football players are often noted as being outstanding on the field.


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