HOUSTON (AP) -The Baltimore Ravens-Houston Texans game has been rescheduled to Nov. 9 after Reliant Stadium was severely damaged by Hurricane Ike.
The Texans' home opener, was originally scheduled for Sunday, then postponed to Monday night as Ike approached the Gulf Coast. The storm slammed into Texas on Friday night and moved into Houston early Saturday morning.
High wind ripped off pieces of the stadium's retractable roof and debris littered the inside.
The Texans said alternate sites for the game were considered, but logistics made them impossible.

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