Looking for high school football playoff traditions
The high school football playoffs kick off this week, and at many schools and in many towns, that means the keeping of long-time traditions.
Midwest City players paint their shoes gold.
Jenks players die their hair bleach blond.
So, what does your school or community do when the playoffs start? We want to know. Tell us about your playoff tradition, and if you know any details about it — when it started or why it started, for example — we’d love to know that, too.
Email me at email@example.com, and you might see your school featured in this Friday’s edition of The Oklahoman.
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