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OU football: New clear-bag policy, metal detectors await Sooners football fans

OU football: New clear-bag policy, metal detectors await Sooners football fans
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley directs quarterbacks Kyler Murray, center, and Austin Kendall, right, during Monday's practice. [AP PHOTO]
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley directs quarterbacks Kyler Murray, center, and Austin Kendall, right, during Monday’s practice. [AP PHOTO]

NORMAN — Fans coming to Oklahoma home football games this year will need to allow a bit more time to get through the gates and be mindful of the school’s new clear-bag policy, officially unveiled Tuesday.

The policies, which are similar to the NFL’s and OU’s three most recent bowl stops, cover all patrons at all entrances to the stadium.

A total of 107 metal detectors will…

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