The Oxford Comma

AP Style strikes again! We only use the Oxford comma for complex lists. If you’re putting simple words or phrases together, do not put a comma before and.”

If, however, your list includes longer items and phrases, feel free to use that extra comma — especially if one of the items has an and” of its own.

Use Hudl to learn, improve, and win.

Don’t add an Oxford comma to simple lists.

Hudl gives teams the tools to prepare during film review, improve at practice, and win more games and tournaments.

Do include it with longer lists to ensure the reader doesn’t get confused.

Last Updated: 19 May 2020 at 3:39pm CDT