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NORMAN, Okla. – Instead of practicing on Monday, University of Oklahoma football players and coaches cancelled practice in protest.

The move comes after a video went viral showing Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members singing a racist chant.

The team dressed in all black, entered the practice facility arm in arm and said they would not be practicing.

According to OU Daily, an OU spokesperson said the decision to cancel practice was made by the team’s leaders and head coach Bob Stoops.


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