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You can choose freedom but it comes with a price...you can choose to cower in your closet...but that comes with a price as well. The BEAUTIFUL thing about America is that we have the Freedom to choose which state or region we decide to live in based on the rules of that state or region...You live in a state and region that is on a major decline in terms of cost of living and homelessness. I was born in that state and had hopped to move back one day, but the removal of freedoms under the "good intentions" of "safety," having the highest taxes and real estate prices in the nation, and the sad situation on the streets in the major cities have somewhat shattered that dream. I thank God every single day that I live in Oklahoma since the Covid-19 freedom grabbing fury swept the country in blue state America. Having football or not is based on the regions in which they play...just look at the map, it's the most political statement I've seen on this thing...crazy days no doubt, but opinions differ and those opinions matter in a democratic republic.
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Has the Oklahoma Gov set any limits for sporting events? At one point the Texas Gov set a 25% limit on outdoor sporting events. The Houston Texans recently stated the hope to allow up to 14,000 spectators at their games (first game will be w/o spectators) in a stadium that holds 70k. At one point UT said they hoped for 50% capacity but I don't think that will happen.
 

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Has the Oklahoma Gov set any limits for sporting events? At one point the Texas Gov set a 25% limit on outdoor sporting events. The Houston Texans recently stated the hope to allow up to 14,000 spectators at their games (first game will be w/o spectators) in a stadium that holds 70k. At one point UT said they hoped for 50% capacity but I don't think that will happen.
No Gov. Stitt has not and based off of his past actions since Covid started he won’t.
 
Nov 27, 2007
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Look at all this freedom last night in Stillwater!! So patriotic!!

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If the season is postponed or canceled I'm confident that all of the players on campus will stay in and play scrabble or make TikToks.