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Entry from August 26, 2007
Zero U (Oklahoma University)

“Zero U” is an unflattering nickname of Oklahoma University (or “OU”).  The nickname is most often heard by University of Texas Longhorns fans, especially when UT plays OU at the Red River Rivalry.
103.3FM ESPN Dallas-Fort Worth
Galloway and Company
The Official Dictionary of GAC-Speak
Zero U: Oklahoma University - Norman, Oklahoma based institution of higher learning (if possible in Oklahoma) where Gunsmoke is still considered a legend; will always have issues with strength of schedule rating due to annual match-up with Texas at the Red River Shootout: may also be called Sooners
10 October 1992, Austin (TX) American-Statesman, “Texas vs. Oklahoma,” pg. A1:
Some 120 UT alumni live in Norman, home of OU, or “Zero U” as One UT-ex dubs it.
Google Groups:
From: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 1993 16:54:49 GMT
Local: Fri, Dec 17 1993 12:54 pm
Subject: Re: Texas Baseball Schedule
Then UT began a series with the sooners of zero U., more powderpuffs for the UT schedule.
From: john mcmanus

Date: 1997/08/31
Subject: Re: Sooners are true Cheatanous Sluts
Not every Oklahoman roots for zero u, just as every Texan is not a Horns’ fan. 
This Dog’ll Really Hunt:
An Entertaining and Informative Texas Dictionary
by Wallace O. Chariton
Plano, TX: Republic of Texas Press
Pg. 307:
Zero U: Oklahoma University
Logan Allen’s Random Thoughts
Saturday, October 08, 2005
Whiney Orange v. Zero U - Who yuh got?
Biggest college game of the year for you UT fans. . . This might be the year that Texas finally beats Oklahoma.

Posted by Barry Popik
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • Sunday, August 26, 2007 • Permalink

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