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NORMAN, Okla. – Big changes are coming to Oklahoma football this year.

The University of Oklahoma is reporting that the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents has approved a big makeover to the Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium.

In the reports officials say this makeover will help improve recruiting and the fans’ experience.

The OU board of Regents will be upgrading seating capacity, player facilities, luxury suites above the west-side upper deck, a new video screen, and more.

According to Soonersports, “The estimated cost of this proposed project is $370 million. No state-appropriated funds and no funds from student tuition will be used. In addition to bonds, a significant part of the project will be funded by private fundraising.”

But, the most noticeable upgrade to OU football fans will be in the south end zone, where additional seats and 43 new restroom locations will be added.

Many fans have already heard about the news, and are excited to see what this massive makeover has in store.

To read more about this exciting makeover, click here.