Tulsa Golden Hurricane Football venues
Tulsa Golden Hurricane Football tickets
Team: Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Division: NCAA Division I (West)
Home Games: Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium
Head Coach: Philip Montgomery
Notable Past Players: Bill Blankenship
Rivals: The University of Houston, Oklahoma State University, The University of Oklahoma, Southern Methodist University
Tulsa Golden Hurricane Football TicketsThe Tulsa Golden Hurricane got its start in 1895 when the college was still known as Henry Kendall College. Though the school changed its name in 1907, it wasn't until 15 years later—when the team was under the leadership of the great Howard Acher—that the Hurricane team began to pick up momentum. Overall, the team has claimed 35 conference championships as well as five division championships since the turn of the millennium alone. Though the University of Tulsa sees the smallest undergraduate enrollment of all the colleges that participate at the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) level, fan enthusiasm more than makes up for the diminished numbers when game day rolls around at Skelly Field. The team's mascot is Captain Cane, and the rest fans often participate in rousing renditions of “ ”Hurricane Spirit“ ” during Tulsa Golden Hurricane football games. Get Tulsa Golden Hurricane football tickets at StubHub.
Where can I buy Tulsa Golden Hurricane football tickets?You can buy tickets to the latest Tulsa Golden Hurricane football game at stubhub.com.
How much do Tulsa Golden Hurricane football tickets cost?The typical Tulsa Golden Hurricane football ticket will cost just under $20, particularly if the game is played at Skelly Field. Away games can sometimes run slightly higher or possibly even lower, depending on the popularity of the rival venue.
What is a Tulsa Golden Hurricane Football game like?Hurricane Alley, located at the Chapman Commons on Tucker Drive, opens three hours before kickoff and is the premier tailgating spot for TU games. You'll want to be sure to arrive early to take part in the festivities, even if you aren't an enthusiastic drinker. Hurricane Alley also hosts live bands, an alumni tent and giant inflatables to keep the children amused. Halftime shows are usually lively with entertainment from the “ ”Sounds of the Golden Hurricane,“ ” the university marching band (the band will also perform periodically throughout the game). “ ”Waving the flag“ ” is a popular pastime for spectators, so be sure to pick up a flag emblazoned with the TU colors of “ ”Old Gold,“ ” royal blue and crimson before kickoff.
Who is the head coach for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane?The current head coach for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane is Philip Montgomery, who took the reins from former TU quarterback Bill Blankenship in 2014. Under his leadership, the team has enjoyed an overall record of 21–29.
What was last year's record like for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane?The 2018 Tulsa Golden Hurricane finished with a record of 3–9 (2–6 in American Athletic play), tying for fifth place in the West Division.
Are there any highly anticipated games this year for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane?The season opener (scheduled for Aug. 30, 2019) against the Michigan State Spartans is expected to be a hot ticket for fans of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, who are hoping to see their team recover from a less-than-stellar record over the past two seasons.
Who are some of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane's closest rivals?Historically, the University of Houston Cougars and the Oklahoma State Cowboys have both enjoyed a healthy rivalry with the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. The Cougars currently has a slight lead in the overall record, having won 24 games to the Hurricane's 19. Since 1914, the Hurricane has faced the Cowboys in the popular Bank of Oklahoma Turnpike Classic, with Oklahoma State leading the record in that series, 41–27–5.
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