GORDON BROWN WAS AT THE 1947 OU-TEXAS GAME AND HASN'T MISSED ONE SINCE, UNTIL NOW

By Berry TramelColumnistbtramel@oklahoman.comGordon Brown occasionally stands at an OU football game to yell at an official's call."Sisco!Read more on NewsOK.com

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