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Start Times For Three TU Football Games Announced

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Times for Tulsa’s first three football games of the 2014 season as well as two late season road games were announced today by the American Athletic Conference .Tulsa

opens the campaign on Thursday, August 28th against the Tulane Green Wave in the first-ever American Athletic Conference game for both teams. The game time has been set for 7:00 pm (CT) and the contest will be aired on CBS Sports Network. A week later, the Hurricane hosts the Oklahoma Sooners in an 11:00 am kickoff at H.A. Chapman Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 6th. The network televising the game has not yet been announced for the TU-OU game, but will be determined between ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.

Tulsa’s first road game of the year against the Florida Atlantic Owls will be played at 6:00 pm (CT) and aired on the Fox College Sports Network from FAU Stadium.

In addition, Tulsa road games at Memphis on Friday, October 31st and UCF on Friday, Nov. 14th have both been set for 7:00 pm (CT) start times

TU season tickets are available now and pricing starts at $140. Mazzio’s Family Fun Zone tickets, for 2 adults and 2 youth, are priced at $460 for the entire six-game season. Family Fun Zone season tickets, excluding the Oklahoma game, can be purchased for $160. Fans can purchase tickets at TulsaHurricane.com and by calling 918.631.GoTU (4688).

2014 Tulsa Football Schedule

Date Opponent Time

Aug. 28 (Thurs.) TULANE* (CBS SN) 7:00 pm

Sept. 6 OKLAHOMA (ABC, ESPN, ESPN2) 11:00 am

Sept. 13 at Florida Atlantic 6:00 pm

Sept. 27 TEXAS STATE TBA

Oct. 4 at Colorado State TBA

Oct. 11 at Temple* TBA

Oct. 18 SOUTH FLORIDA* (Homecoming) TBA

Oct. 31 (Fri.) at Memphis* (ESPN2, ESPNU) 7:00 pm

Nov. 8 SMU* TBA

Nov. 14 (Fri.) at UCF* (ESPN2) 7:00 pm

Nov. 22 at Houston* TBA

Nov. 28 (Fri.) EAST CAROLINA* TBA

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