Saturday's Houston-SMU game, originally to be played on Nov. 21 but called off for COVID-19 issues within the Cougars' program, has now been canceled due to coronavirus issues within the Mustangs' program.
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Houston will have to postpone a game for the second consecutive week due to COVID-19 issues within its program, as Saturday's game vs. Tulsa has been moved to Dec. 19 if neither team is a participant in the AAC championship game.
Positive COVID-19 cases within Houston's program have led to the postponement of its game at SMU, the school announced Wednesday.
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