Louisville, KY, United States (4E Sports) – Due to hazardous conditions brought by a winter storm in parts of the Mid-Atlantic region, the showdown between No. 13 Louisville and Temple and several other college basketball games have been postponed.
The cancellation was announced by the Cardinals on their official website, adding that the game has been rescheduled for Friday at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. The time will be determined later today.
Also, the showdown between No. 23 SMU (19-5, 8-3 American) and Rutgers (10-14, 4-7) has been reset to Friday due to inclement weather in the Northeast.
The Larry Brown-coached Mustangs are ranked for the first time since SMU was No. 20 on March 12, 1985. SMU defeated Rutgers, 70-56, in the first meeting this season between the two squads on Jan. 21 in Dallas.
Other basketball games, including Charleston Southern at High Point, Bryant at Mount St. Mary’s, Central Connecticut State at St. Francis, Wagner at Farleigh Dickinson, and Northern Kentucky at Kennesaw State, were also postponed.
Earlier, several games scheduled for Wednesday were also shelved, including Georgia Tech against Boston and No. 8 Duke and rival North Carolina.
The bad weather also delayed several of Friday’s opening Division I college baseball games throughout the region.