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Oklahoma Thunder Play Season Opener

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Channel 8's Charles Ely had the honor of flipping the coin to open a football game this weekend.

It was the ceremonial start to the Oklahoma Thunder minor league-pro football team's season.

They play at LaFortune Park.

The team develops players who hope to follow their dream to the big leagues.

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