SAN ANTONIO (AP) – Officials at Houston and UTSA have decided the schools won’t play their game that was postponed because of Hurricane Harvey.

The game was originally scheduled for Sept. 2 in San Antonio’s Alamodome. The schools had called off that game as the city of Houston was flooded by rains from Harvey, and had hoped to reschedule

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The schools announced Wednesday the game won’t be played this season, leaving both with just 11 games on the regular-season schedule. The schools said they will look to reschedule in a future year. The game is part of a four-game series with two home games for each.

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Houston plays Saturday at Arizona. UTSA plays Saturday at Baylor.

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