With a winter weather system in the forecast Thursday and Friday, the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association is monitoring the situation and looking at contingency plans for its football playoff games.
No decision had been made Tuesday, but an announcement could come Wednesday.
Across the state, 11 playoff games are scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The Class 6A championship game between rivals Jenks and Tulsa Union at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater is the lone game Thursday, while OSU is also hosting both the Class 5A and 4A championships Friday.
The Class B championship between Laverne and Pond Creek-Hunter is scheduled for Friday night at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, while Cherokee and Tipton play Saturday at SWOSU in the Class C title game.
Six other semifinal games are scheduled for the weekend across the state.
MWC'S SUNDERLAND OFFERED BY TULSA
Midwest City junior defensive back Will Sunderland continues to draw major interest on the recruiting trail, with Tulsa joining his list of offers on Tuesday, according to Sunderland's Twitter account.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have offered the 6-foot-3, 193-pound safety already. Kansas State and Oregon State have both been in heavy pursuit as well.
Sunderland is already one of the top prospects in the state's 2015 recruiting class. He had 98 tackles and five interceptions in his junior season, helping Midwest City rebound from last year's 3-win season to finish 9-3 and reach the Class 6A quarterfinals this year.
TUTTLE-NEWCASTLE RIVALRY HITS SEC TITLE GAME
The Tuttle-Newcastle rivalry is taking the big stage when Missouri and Auburn face off in the SEC title game this weekend.
Missouri has a pair of former Tuttle players on staff, with offensive coordinator Josh Henson and recruiting graduate assistant Cooper Bassett, both of whom played college football at Oklahoma State.
And Auburn coach Gus Malzahn has a Newcastle product on his staff. Brandon Hall, who formerly worked as a quality control coach at Oklahoma, joined Malzahn at Arkansas State as a linebackers coach last year. He serves as an analyst on Malzahn's Auburn staff.
TIPTON'S KERBO RETIRING
Tipton coach Jim Kerbo has been thinking of retiring for a few years.
On Monday, he finally told his team that Saturday's Class C championship game against No. 1 Cherokee will be his last, though he wants the focus to remain on the team and the game.
“I want it to be about the boys,” he said. “I want them to win for their team and for themselves. I don't want them to do it for me because I've done about everything you can do.
“It's just another ballgame, it just happens to be my last one.”
Kerbo, 53, enters Saturday with a career record of 209-71 and in two stints at Tipton has won two championships, including last season.
Defensive coordinator Travis White is being viewed as a potential replacement, though nothing is official.