TULSA – The game times and television selections for five Tulsa football games in 2021 were announced today by the American Athletic Conference.
Tulsa opens the season with a home game on Thursday, Sept. 2 against non-conference opponent UC Davis. The game has a start time of 6:30 p.m. (CT) and will be aired on ESPN+.
The Golden Hurricane will take to the road the next two weeks as both non-conference contests will be aired on FOX Sports 1 (FS1). Tulsa travels the Cimarron Turnpike for the Bank of Oklahoma (BOK) Turnpike Classic against the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Sept. 11 and a week later travels north to take on the 2020 FBS National Runner-up Ohio State Buckeyes on Sept. 18.
The Oklahoma State game has a start time of 11 a.m. (CT) and the Ohio State contest will kick-off at 2:30 p.m. (CT).
Two American Athletic Conference weeknight games on the Tulsa schedule will both be played at 6:30 p.m. (CT) at H.A. Chapman Stadium. Tulsa opens the league season on Friday, Oct. 1, as the Houston Cougars come to town for an ESPN telecast. A visit from the U.S. Naval Academy on Friday night (Oct. 29) closes out the month for the Hurricane.
Season ticket packages ranging from $75 to $330 are available for Tulsa’s six home games online at TulsaHurricane.com or by calling 918.631.GoTU (4688).
The Mazzio’s Family Fun Zone Ticket Plan returns in 2021 and includes two tickets (one adult and one child) and is priced at $100. Additional youth tickets (12 & under) are $25, and additional adult tickets are priced at $75.
End Zone and Sectional Seating (Sections 102, 103) are priced at $75 and breaks down to only $12.50 per game for the 2021 campaign.
Blue Zone season tickets (bench seats on east and west sides) are priced at $150, and Gold Zone season packages on the east and west sides (Sections 104, 105, 116, 119) are priced at $210. A limited number of Platinum level season tickets, located on the west side and priced at $270, and Loge Seats, priced at $330, are still available.
The remaining game times will be announced by ESPN and the American Athletic Conference 12 days out from the game date.
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