HELEN'S ANSWER: Truly, football ticket holders should be able to experience football free from disruptive behavior, including foul or abusive language or obscene gestures. Those who exhibit these actions should immediately be ejected from the game. Every fan should be respected and appreciated, but they should comply with requests from stadium staff to cease and desist inappropriate behavior during a football game. I am sure the University of Oklahoma has special rules regarding behavior during the game.
GUEST'S ANSWER: Alan Herzberger, NewsOK digital marketing manager: This is a difficult question, because what's obnoxious to one fan might be a minor nuisance to another.
The described action of persistent yelling and some obscenities could definitely affect your enjoyment. My recommendation is to ask him to curtail the obscenities if it becomes offensive to you or younger people around you.
If it continues and becomes unbearable, I would recommend notifying security, so they can evaluate the level of action that should be taken.
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