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TU football down to 10 games after another cancellation

TU football down to 10 games after another cancellation

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Quarterback Zach Smith and his Tulsa teammates won't play a home game at H.A. Chapman Stadium until Oct. 17 when the Hurricane hosts Cincinnati. STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World

The University of Tulsa doesn’t have a home football game scheduled until mid-October after losing another nonconference opponent Thursday.

The Sept. 19 game against FCS-level Northwestern State has been canceled amid the Southland Conference’s postponement of fall sports, a TU spokesman said.

That leaves the Hurricane with two nonconference games, both on the road: Sept. 12 at Oklahoma State and Sept. 26 at Arkansas State.

From there, TU opens play in the American Athletic Conference, visiting UCF on Oct. 3 before hosting Cincinnati on Oct. 17.

The remaining home games are against East Carolina on Oct. 30, SMU on Nov. 14 and Tulane on Nov. 21.

The other road games are at USF on Oct. 23, Navy on Nov. 7 and Houston on Nov. 28.

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Although the release said officials from the schools are working to find a new date to reschedule the game, that seems unlikely for this season. TU's only open date is Oct. 10, when Arkansas State is supposed to host Central Arkansas.

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