Source -- Hurricane Ida forces cancellation of Oklahoma-Tulane football game in New Orleans; Officials discussing contingency plan

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Sources told ESPN that the Oklahoma-Tulane game scheduled for Saturday won't be played in New Orleans because of Hurricane Ida.

Tulane was scheduled to host No. Tulane was set to host No. 2 Oklahoma at Yulman Stadium. Tulane's campus was under shelter-in-place until Monday morning, as the university's damage assessment team and recovery team began their preliminary assessment.

The Green Wave football team moved to Birmingham, Alabama where it will continue practicing throughout the week.

A source claimed that Tulane has contingency plans for Oklahoma and multiple media reports said that the game would be moved.

However, Troy Dannen, the athletic director, tweeted Monday that there was no decision.

I can confirm that no decision has been made on this week's football game. #unnamedsources Troy Dannen (@Tulane_AD) August 30, 2021

Last week, Joe Castiglione, Oklahoma's athletic director, stated that both schools were "considering contingencies should storm conditions warrant." Although it is premature to speculate, we will continue to monitor the situation to determine what actions are necessary.

Saturday's game is part of a 3-game series between these programs. They played at Oklahoma in 2017 and will play again in Norman in 2024.