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Oklahoma Won’t Use In-Helmet Radios in the Alamo Bowl, but Changes Could Come in 2024

With Jackson Arnold making his first career start, the Sooners opted to not introduce a new method for relaying play calls to the field in the Alamo Bowl.

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SAN ANTONIO — The college football landscape is ever changing.

This year Michigan’s sign stealing scandal took up plenty of oxygen, leading to more calls for in-helmet communications to be brought into college football to mirror the NFL.

Ahead of the season, bowl games were permitted to pilot communication devices on the field and tablets on the sideline, so long as both teams agreed to the terms.

Thursday’s Alamo Bowl between No. 12 Oklahoma (10-2, 7-2 Big 12) and No. 14 Arizona (9-3, 7-2) will not be one of those contests.

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