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STILLWATER, Okla. - The cold temperatures were not enough to freeze out the tailgaters and fans who came for the Bedlam Game.

Saturday morning, the temperature in Stillwater was 9 degrees, with a windchill of -4. Some are calling this Bedlam Game the coldest one since the Ice Bowl back in 1985!

“I’ve lost count of how many layers I put on." OU fan Chris Hodgson said. "Anywhere between four and thirty. Too many. I feel like a marshmallow.”

“We got the heaters and we got some grills back there." OSU fan Ryan French said. "And there’s always [Eskimo] Joe’s if it gets too crazy.”

Fans say enduring one day of cold is the least they could do to support their teams for playing hard all season.