While we still are unsure of what exactly the 2020 college football season will look like, Oklahoma State has implied that if the fans still want to pack Boone Pickens Stadium, they will be allowed to do as such.
A letter sent from the University to season ticket holders was shared on social media on Monday, in which the University discussed trying to find a replacement for its home and season opener against Oregon State after the Pac-12 followed the Big Ten in deciding to only play a conference schedule this fall.
The letter adds that, “you will not be expected to pay for games that are not played.” “If over the next two months you do not feel comfortable attending games due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, please reach out to the ticket office to discuss your options,” the e-mail read. It went on to say, “If we must limit our capacity for the 2020 season… you will be able to renew your current 2020 seat location in 2021.”
Here is the full e-mail.
With the cancellation of the Oregon State game, Oklahoma State is now scheduled to open the season on Saturday, September 12th, against Tulsa.
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