Sooner Tailgating: Tailgating is the Law for Local Litigators

The folks from Goolsby, Proctor, Heefner and Gibbs Law Firm have been putting down stakes along across from the First Presbyterian Church on University Ave. for a decade.
Dave Cathey Modified: August 21, 2011 at 1:57 pm •  Published: October 16, 2010
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/> "In honor of the Seminoles, we wanted authentic Indian Tacos prepared by a real Indian," he said, referring to his own lineage.

Each week 150 to 200 Sooner fans show up to sample the rotating menu, which tries to find a common link with the day’s opponent, though sometimes they’ll stretch the connection in order to satisfy a particular craving. How else could they have rolled out Korean barbecue, or a crab boil? They also keep it simple with stuff like pork chop sandwiches and Buffalo burgers. They also bring in a competitive barbecue team once a year. The bar, manned by Proctor the younger, is stocked to serve Club Specials, John Dalys (Alcoholic Arnold Palmers) and Bloody Marys.

The banner that faces University says it best: We’re expert lawyers and tailgaters, not necessarily in that order.


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