In addition to postponing Saturday's game vs. West Virginia, the No. 11 Sooners have temporarily paused organized team activities because of recent positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing within the program.
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Not all conferences have played the same amount of games, but true freshmen are still finding opportunities to contribute on the field.
- OU-WVU game postponed; Sooners halt activities
- Texas RB Ingram ruled out for West Virginia
- WVU to allow fans at games in reduced capacity
- W. Virginia suspends 11 for violating team rules
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