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The University of Oklahoma completed the home-game portion of their football season by selling out the stadium for the 56th consecutive game Nov. 24. With 85,238 in attendance for the Oklahoma-Oklahoma State contest, the crowd saw the Sooners win the game 49-17.
With six games played at the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, the average attendance was 84,426 with the Sept. 8 game against the University of Miami's 85,357 being the largest and the Sept. 15 Utah State contest's 84,403 being the smallest.
The crowd number can fluctuate depending on the number of people who watch the game from the stadium's 63 suites.
Game by game attendance:
Sept. 1 vs. North Texas: 84,472
Sept. 8 vs. Miami: 85,357
Sept. 15 vs. Utah State: 84,403
Oct. 13 vs. Missouri: 85,041
Nov. 5 vs. Texas A&M: 84,450
Nov. 24 vs. Oklahoma State: 85,238
The Sooners' 49-17 win clinched a spot for the team in the Big 12 Conference Championship game to be played Dec. 1 in San Antonio against Missouri. The Oklahoma ticket office has sold the school's allotment of tickets. General public tickets are priced at $99, $79, $69, $59 and $39 plus fees. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster outlets --- ticketmaster.com or (800) 676-5488 -- in addition to being able to be purchased in person at the Alamodome South East Box Office or by phone (210) 224-9600.