“I graduated from OU in ’99 and just love the Sooners,” Edwards said. “I want to share it with my boys. (The spring game is) just kind of the hope of the new season, it’s seeing all of the new players playing and it’s just fun to see a looser atmosphere for the boys.”
Gavin, 11, even expressed his excitement.
“I love coming to OU games and it’s super fun for me,” he said. “I just really like seeing them play and how well they do.”
A popular theme among fans was the Sooners’ win against Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. Judkins was thrilled about seeing quarterback Trevor Knight, too, saying, “It’s Knight time,” repeatedly.
But for Wixon, the spring game meant more than seeing how Knight looks in his game-like action since January.
It didn’t get much better for her than being there.
“Let’s just hope I don’t have a heart attack,” she joked.