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Barry Switzer, Joe Washington, Brian Bosworth to headline OU legends game Saturday

FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: April 14, 2010 at 2:41 pm •  Published: April 14, 2010

The rosters for the University of Oklahoma's Varsity O Legends flag football game were released Wednesday. The game will be played before Saturday's Red/White spring game. The Legends Game begins at 1 p.m., with the spring game to follow at 2 p.m.

The head coaches for the legends game are Joe Washington and Barry Switzer.

The list of players slated to play and coach includes 13 former all-conference players and seven former All-Americans.

The Crimson team includes Thomas Lott, Sonny Brown, Rufus Alexander, Jamelle Holieway, Antonio Perkins, Larry Birdine and Joe Bowden. The White team will counter with David Vickers, Jarrail Jackson, D.J. Wolfe, Tony Casillas and Charles Thompson.

Tickets for the Red/White game also will be honored for the Varsity O game. Tickets are $10 each. Children five and under and OU students will be admitted free.


Crimson: Thomas Lott, Sonny Brown, Damon Stell, Rufus Alexander, Quentin Chaney, P.J. Mills, Jamelle Holieway, Antonio Perkins, Casey Wise, Brian Bosworth, Larry Birdine, Maylon Wesley, Jeff Tupper, Joe Bowden.

Cream: David Vickers, Tracy Gordon, Jarrail Jackson, Anthony Fogle, Anthony Stafford, Darrell Shepard, Danny Wilson, Ataleo Ford, Larry Bush, D.J. Wolfe, Trent Smith, Tony Casillas, Charles Thompson.

Head coaches (will alternate teams throughout the game): Barry Switzer, Joe Washington

Assistant coaches (will alternate teams throughout the game): Quentin Griffin, Mark Clayton, Dante Jones


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