HAMILTON, N.Y. (AP) -Colgate and Georgetown will not reschedule last Saturday's football game, which was postponed because of a viral outbreak on the Georgetown campus.
Patriot League officials made the decision Tuesday after consulting with the league's seven football athletic directors, who unanimously endorsed the decision.
The Oct. 4 game was postponed after 214 Georgetown students were sickened by the norovirus, commonly known as the stomach flu, and several football players were exposed to it.
The game will be listed as an un-played game in league standings and overall school records for the season. A tie in the final standings will exist if the teams have the same number of losses.

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