Georgetown/Colgate Football Game Will Not Be Rescheduled

Oct. 7, 2008

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Patriot League office, in consultation with the League's football athletic directors, has determined that the Georgetown at Colgate football game that was postponed on Oct. 4 due to a norovirus outbreak on Georgetown's campus will not be rescheduled this season.

It was agreed that the game will be listed as an un-played game in the League standings and overall school records for the 2008 season. A tie in the season-ending standings will exist if teams have the same number of losses. The decision was endorsed by a 7-0 vote of the football athletic directors.

All other Patriot League tiebreaker formulas for football will continue to apply, and can be found here or at the sidebar of the Patriot League Football page at www.patriotleague.com.

 

 

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