No, he did not. For years, Oklahoma has been a "red state," which generally votes for the Republican candidate.
Ohio State has been to 10 Final Fours.
Since November 16, 1907. Prior to then, it was the Oklahoma Territory.
Murray State has never been in the Final Four.
Oklahoma has been experiencing lots of pay cuts in the recent years due to financial instability. This could be the cause of lower paying jobs in the area.
No. Oklahoma is in an area that has been largely geologically inactive for hundreds of billions of years.
because Oklahoma had a large Indian population and the bison was a big part in the lives of the Indians that lived on the land and when the European settlers came the bison was one of their main food supplies. So Oklahoma's history is rich with the bison and has been a big part of the state for many years
Oklahoma has been neither the birth state nor the home state of any U. S. Vice President to date.