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Oklahoma Football Hot Links: Sooners hit the polls, Rhamondre Stevenson earns Big 12 honor, and more!

Also, the Sooners were forced to embrace life in the road.

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Happy 2020 United States Presidential election day, friends and fans!

The Oklahoma Sooners have the day off this Tuesday in order to allow ample time for the student-athletes and staff members to get out and vote. Redshirt junior H-back Jeremiah Hall shared his thoughts on the importance of using his voice and his rights to make a difference in the world around him.

For most of the OU football players on the team this season, today marks the first Presidential Election they are eligible to vote in. Senior LB Caleb Kelly shared this post as he himself is a first-time voter.

Running backs coach DeMarco Murray also followed through on his civic duty by voting today. It’s a powerful tool, folks, and it’s perhaps the greatest way to express yourself as a part of this nation.

No matter where you stand on the political spectrum, using your right to vote is one of the most important things you can do as a citizen of this nation. With that said, please make your voice heard and your vote count.

Now onto today’s Hot Links! OU releases more COVID-19 testing data, Lincoln Riley is pleased with how his team responded to the prolonged road trip, Florida’s Dan Mullen gets tagged with a fine and more!

OU Links

  • On Monday, senior RB Rhamondre Stevenson was named Big 12 co-Offensive Player of the Week (along with Oklahoma State Cowboys WR Tylan Wallace) following his thunderous 2020 debut. Against Texas Tech, Stevenson rushed for 87 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries while catching two passes for 13 more yards.
  • OU Athletics recently released another round of COVID-19 testing data this week. Out of 402 student-athletes and 159 staff members tested, only seven individuals yielded positive results. As of Oct. 31, there were eight total active positives among players and staff.

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