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OU students claim mistreatment in seating at women's game

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NORMAN, Okla. (AP) _ Two University of Oklahoma students are claiming they and other students were mistreated at Sunday's OU women's basketball game.

Bryan Day and Jeremy Ramsey say a section of the Lloyd Noble Center usually reserved for student seating was roped off and the students were sent to another section.

The two say they were at first told the seats were sold but were later informed that season-ticket holders sitting behind that section had complained the students were standing up during the games and being too rowdy.

Day and Ramsey each sent an e-mail complaining about the treatment to OU officials including President David Boren, athletic director Joe Castiglione and women's basketball coach Sherri Coale.

OU officials have declined comment on the complaint.
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