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Duck Dynasty Stars To Attend OU, UL Monroe Game

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The Robertson's have family members who attended Louisiana-Monroe, and they expect a good game tomorrow. The Robertson's have family members who attended Louisiana-Monroe, and they expect a good game tomorrow.
NORMAN, Oklahoma -

"Duck Dynasty" fans may see a few familiar faces in the crowd when OU tees it up against the University of Louisiana-Monroe tomorrow in Norman. 

Jep Robertson and his wife Jessica and their four young children will be at the game. 

Duck Dynasty revolves around the lives of the Robertson's extended family. With nearly 12-million viewers, the premier of season four was the most-watched non-fiction cable telecast in Ameican history. 

The Robertson's have family members who attended Louisiana-Monroe, and they expect a good game tomorrow.

"I couldn't miss a chance to come to see a historic program like OU," Jep said, after he and Jessica and their family got off a private jet at Norman's Westheimer Airport Friday afternoon.

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