OKLAHOMA CITY — A report about high school football revenue in Oklahoma doesn't have many cheering.
Less money was made in the sport this past season than in the past.
The Oklahoman reports football revenue was down $162,000 compared to 2017.
The head of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, which oversees high school sports, believes poor weather and one less playoff round in Class 3A factored into the drop.
The organization says they haven't considered cutbacks yet.
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