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23:30  20 september  2019
23:30  20 september  2019 Source:   womansday.com

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Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts doesn't like positive headlines any more than his former coach Nick Saban. And it doesn't matter if the praise comes from reporters or even his own team's social media.

An Oklahoma football Instagram post Friday mentioned the Sooners ranked No. 1 in total offense and No. 2 in scoring among several accolades. An image of Hurts, who is the leader in the USA TODAY Network Heisman Watch after three weeks, was featured prominently in the graphic.

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That didn't sit well with the senior signal caller, who slid into the comments section with a two-word response: "Rat Poison".

The reference goes back to Hurts' former stop at Alabama, where Saban first referred to positive headlines from the media as "rat poison" in 2017.

While Hurts may have left Tuscaloosa, he is still seems to be following some of Saban's teachings as he looks to keep himself and Oklahoma humble on their path toward a possible national championship.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Jalen Hurts calls Oklahoma Instagram post "rat poison"

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Tulane Green Wave place kicker Graham Dable (67) celebrates with Tulane Green Wave holder Ryan Wright (97) after a field goal against the Houston Cougars during the fourth quarter at Yulman Stadium on September 19, 2019.

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Sure, candy's a big part of lots of our holidays in the United States—but why is Halloween the one where we go door-to-door asking for it?  The holiday of Halloween can trace its origins back more than 2,000 years, to the ancient Celts and their harvest celebration, Samhain. This celebration is also a big reason the traditional colors of Halloween are black and orange. Celebrants believed that halfway between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice, right around October 31 and November 1, the gateway between the worlds of the living and the dead was weakened.

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