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  • Where Can I Watch Bradford's Pro Day?

    Ive not been able to watch the Pro Days and havent heard of anyone else being able to watch them. Is it a private shooting or what?

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    Re: Where Can I Watch Bradford's Pro Day?

    I don't think anyone will broadcast it live, but there might be highlights. I'd check the websites of local news channels, as well as Oklahoma football sites. Maybe YouTube as well.

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      Re: Where Can I Watch Bradford's Pro Day?

      Thanks, I figured noone would have it live, was hoping I'd get lucky

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