clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

#8 Cincinnati vs. Tulsa postponed until December 5th due to Covid-19

The Golden Hurricane will get their shot at the defending league champion, but at the end of the season instead

T.K. Wilkerson of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane breaks away against the Central Florida Knights at Bright House Networks Stadium on October 3, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane were riding high after their win over the #11 Central Florida Knights just two weeks ago, but yet another Covid-19 cancelation hits their schedule as the Cincinnati Bearcats won’t make it to Oklahoma for TU’s Homecoming game on Saturday, October 17th.

“I’m disappointed, first, for our football student-athletes and coaches, and obviously for our staff who has prepared so diligently, our campus and the City of Tulsa” said Tulsa’s Director of Athletics Rick Dickson in a statement. “As the university, the conference and the NCAA have said throughout this pandemic, the health and safety of our student-athletes are at the forefront of all decisions.”

It’s another bad break for Tulsa, who have now had five games canceled or postponed due to the pandemic.

Cincinnati is 3-0 after a 28-7 win over South Florida last Saturday. UC is ranked #8 in the latest AP Poll, but might move down a few spots as the Big Ten and Pac-12 teams are added to the mix.

This is the fourth game scheduled for Week 7 to be altered: Baylor vs. Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt vs. Missouri, and Florida vs. LSU have all been rescheduled for later in the season as well.