Oklahoma president David Boren is expected to be released from the hospital Monday after a minor stroke on Sunday.
According to a report from Eric Bailey of the Tulsa World, Oklahoma released a statement, stating: “President Boren is able to discharge his full duties as president and will continue to do so through June 30. He will be released from the hospital [Monday]. He has had a complete recovery and has no lasting impact from the stroke.”
— Eric Bailey (@EricBaileyTW) April 16, 2018
Boren suffered the stroke during a statue ceremony for Bob Stoops. In September, he announced that he would retire on June 30. He will be succeeded by James Gallogly, who has been given a warm welcome by the Sooner faithful.