Why Was the Texas-Kansas Game Canceled?

The game between Texas and Kansas was canceled due to COVID-19 positive tests within the Texas program.

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The game was scheduled for October 10th

The game was scheduled for October 10th, but due to problems with the stadium, it had to be canceled. The game was supposed to be played at the Cotton Bowl, but the field was in bad condition and there were concerns about player safety.

A hurricane was headed for the area

The game was canceled because a hurricane was headed for the area.

The stadium was not in a safe condition

A game between the University of Texas and the University of Kansas was set to take place on Saturday, October 19th. However, due to severe weather conditions in the area, the game was canceled. The reason for the cancellation was due to the stadium not being in a safe condition for either team to play in.

The game was rescheduled for October 11th

The game was canceled due to inclement weather in the area. A new date has not been announced, but the game is tentatively scheduled for October 11th.

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