Oklahoma player leaves note on why he doesn't deserve ticket

Like most college students across the country, Sooners guard James Fraschilla had trouble finding a place to park on campus to make it to class on time.

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One Oklahoma basketball player would like to see a change, but it's not on the court.

Like most college students across the country, Sooners guard James Fraschilla, son of ESPN college basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla, had trouble finding a place to park on campus to make it to class on time.

He found a spot Tuesday morning, but it's likely to get him a ticket.

So instead of just dealing with the expected consequence, he left a note stating his case why he doesn't deserve one.

It didn't work though. The dreadful yellow envelope was left right next to his nice note.

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