Thursday, June 20th 2002, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
(Lawton-AP) -- A Norman businessman says holding the Oklahoma-Texas football game in Dallas is costing Oklahoma big money.
The game's been played in Dallas for the past 73 years.
But businessman E-Z Million told OU regents Wednesday that he estimates Oklahoma is losing 25 million dollars each year the game is played in Texas.
Million's talk to the regents wasn't an official agenda item so no vote was taken and regents didn't discuss it.
But OU President David Boren says the idea merits periodic review.
And athletic director Joe Castiglione says it's wise to take a look at what is done to make sure the game remains a special event.