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When it mattered, Landry Jones was big time against ‘Noles. (page 7) The University of Oklahoma’s independent student voice since 1916 M O N DAY, S E P T E M B E R 19 , 2 011 W W W.O U DA I LY.C O M bIg 12 oU regents to consider conference realignment Potential legal fallout will be discussed during today’s meeting, agenda shows anGeLa to Board of Regents’ meeting Monday in Tulsa. Conference realignment The board will “discuss and OU’s Big 12 future will potential legal ramificabe on the table at the OU tions of athletic conference Campus Reporter realignment options and/ or consider new athletic conference membership and take any appropriate action,” according to the regents’ agenda. Rumors have circulated dating back to last summer about the Sooners’ potential jump to the Pac-12. The SEC extended an invitation to Texas A&M earlier this month, and many are waiting for OU to make its move. OU football coach Bob see REGENTS paGe 2 2 010 G OL D C ROW N W I N N E R FootbaLL OU defense bares its teeth in victory Team shuts down Seminole offense to escape with win own share of momentumchanging plays. The defense drove OU to a 23-13 victory against Florida State on Saturday night. GreG FeWeLL By the end of the game, Assistant Sports Editor OU had forced six sacks and OU’s high-powered of- three interceptions. And on fensive attack has been talk- a night where the offense ed about at great length, but only put up 310 total yards, its defense has proven more see DEFENSE paGe 7 than capable of pulling off its Austin hills alive with the sound of music pHotos By James CorLey/tHe daiLy Left: Chris Martin of Coldplay sings during his band’s set at the 10th annual Austin City Limits Music Festival on Friday evening in Austin. Coldplay was one of the more than 130 bands and artists that rocked on the three-day festival’s eight stages. top: Some of this weekend’s attendees mingle between sets at one of Austin City Limit’s eight stages. More than 50,000 people attended the music festival, which took place Friday to Sunday. oPInIon VOL. 97, NO. 23 © 2011 OU Publications Board FREE — Additional copies 25 cents More visibility is needed in the community. (Page 3) LIFe & arts INSIDE News .......................... Classifieds .................. Life & Arts .................. Opinion ...................... Sports ......................... gLbt rights need to keep improving Sooner volleyball sweeps four teams at tournament 2 6 4 3 7 NOW ON OU School of Music professors performed new works with visiting artists. (Page 5) sPorts a year of change cougars fail to claw sooners on saturday GLBT leaders talk about circumstances a year after a Rutgers student’s suicide. ( OU soccer team recorded its first win against a ranked team. (Page 8) Boren announces tobacco committee Students, faculty, staff, administrators to serve as advisers Love Feast a treat for music lovers MULtIMeDIa sMoke-Free caMPUs cHaSe cooK Managing Editor adrian espaLLarGas/tHe daiLy Senior middle blocker Carlee Roethlisberger (7) hits the ball Friday in Norman. The Sooners won the Oklahoma Invitational. (Page 8) The transition to a smoke-free campus progressed Friday when OU President David Boren announced the students, faculty and staff who will serve on the school’s tobacco advisory committee. Boren selected five stu d e nt s, t h re e f a c u l t y Real clients. Unreal exposure. See More | Opportunities Visit to learn more. © 2011 Ernst & Young LLP. ���������������������������������������������������������������� Ernst & Young Global Limited, each of which is a separate legal entity. ������������������������������������������������������������������� members, three staff members and three administrators to the committee, according to a press release. Committee selections were based on faculty and staff re c o m m e n d a t i o n s a n d elected student leaders. The committee will decide the guidelines and regulations to submit to the OU Board of Regents to make OU a smoke-free campus. “They will examine all issues including enforcement see TOBACCO paGe 2

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