SAN DIEGO (AP) -The BYU-San Diego State football game scheduled for Saturday night has been postponed until Dec. 1 because Qualcomm Stadium is being used as an evacuation center for residents displaced by wildfires.
``There is a far greater priority than sporting events in the San Diego area at this time,'' Mountain West Conference commissioner Craig Thompson said in a statement. ``The focus should be on emergency response and resources, and getting the community back on its feet. Our thoughts are with our colleagues at San Diego State University, as well as everyone who has been affected by this disaster.''
Other factors that led to the decision were air quality, fan safety and transportation considerations.
The NFL's Chargers are scheduled to play the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon at Qualcomm Stadium. The NFL and the team are discussing what to do about that game.

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