Of the marcus fizer chant during the 2000 big 12 tourny. Oklahoma and najara were walking through the hotel lobby. Someone started the marcus fizer chant. The ou players all had a shocked look on their faces. It was beutiful.
Nobody but HB knows for sure. You pretty much know nothing....like Knownothing would like to say.
No, but once during the Big 12 football championship weekend we were at george brett's on the plaza and it was a year OU and Nebbie played and the bar was yelling back and forth "Boomer Sooner" and "go big red"...it was hell. is this random enough as well?
"I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day".-Frank Sinatra
If I remember correctly, this was at the Embassy Suites near Westport. I was staying on the same floor as OU, and Kelvin Sampson's room was right by the elevators. Several over-served Cyclone fans pounded on his door as they returned from the bars the night/morning before the game.
The Fizer chant actually occured during a pep rally OU was having at the hotel before the team left for the Championship Game. It pretty much ended the pep rally.
Who wasn't part of that? In fact, I think it's about time Scott Drew got told to sit down.
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