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>> This weekend, the University of Texas Austin football team plays arch-rival, Oklahoma. But for the first time in 100 years, there will be no torchlight rally the night before the game. Alumni cancelled it, citing the violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia last August.>>
>> One woman was killed when a white supremacist allegedly drove his car into a crowd of protesters. The weekend of demonstrations began with this torchlight parade by white supremacists.>> You will not replace us. You will not replace us.>> In a statement, the UT Alumni said they wanna make sure everyone at the school feels safe and welcome.
Students agree.>> It's pretty controversial right now with the torches and everything, what happened in Charlottesville. So I think, I'm totally on board with not doing that this year.>> The idea of students coming together, the football team coming together. All that is still gonna be there.>> The game is still happening so, I feel like tradition is still like, intact as much as it needs to be.
>> But for this year at least, it will happen without any torches.