Oklahoma Boomer Sooner TeeRegular price $36.00
"Boomer Sooner" is the fight song for the University of Oklahoma and was written in 1905 by OU Student, Arthur M Alden. The phrase "Boomer Sooner" refers to the Land Run in 1889, in which the land around the modern university was settled. "Boomers" were people who lobbied for the lands to be opened before the passage of the Indian Appropriations Act of 1889 and "Sooner" were Boomers who sneaked into the region to scout and claim the prime quarter-mile tracts before the official opening on April 22, 1889. The unique term "Sooner" was embraced by the university's athletic teams by 1908 and by the 1920s was Oklahoma's defacto state nickname, "The Sooner State." Show love for your Sooners with this vintage-inspired Boomer Sooner T-Shirt!
Made of 50% Polyester, 38% Cotton, 12% Rayon to create the perfect blend, super soft on the torso.
Details + Fit
- Unisex T-shirt
- Classic T-shirt cut with that slimming fit to give you that vintage look and feel.
- Cut and sewn right here in the U.S.A.