OU officials confirm President David Boren suffers minor stroke

NORMAN, Okla.-- The University of Oklahoma President David Boren, suffered a minor stoke today as he spoke at a statue unveiling ceremony commemorating Bob Stoops. 

At 10:45 am, President Boren was evaluated by paramedics after experiencing discomfort and dizziness and was immediately transported to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. 

Several testes conducted, concluded that Boren suffered a minor stroke. 

Boren is now in good spirits and is communicating with family as well as the medical professionals at the OU Medical Center. 

President and Mrs. Boren have expressed their appreciation for the outpouring of support they have received.  

More details to this story as they come available. 

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