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Originally published Friday, September 12, 2008 at 12:00 AM

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Ike plays havoc with schedules

Several sporting events, including an NFL game, two baseball games, some major-college football games and a women's professional basketball...

Several sporting events, including an NFL game, two baseball games, some major-college football games and a women's professional basketball game, were rescheduled as Hurricane Ike approached the Texas coast Thursday.

A look at some of the affected games (all times PDT):

NFL

• Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens: game scheduled for 1:15 Sunday has been moved to Monday night at 5:30.

MLB

• Houston Astros vs. Chicago Cubs: First two games of weekend series postponed. No makeup dates set.

College football

• Arkansas vs. No. 8 Texas: postponed until Sept. 27.

• Washington State vs. Baylor: moved from Saturday to today at 5:30 p.m.

• Stanford vs. Texas Christian: kickoff Saturday in Fort Worth moved from 4 p.m. to 10 a.m.

• Air Force vs. Houston: moved from Houston to Dallas, at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.

• Sam Houston State vs. Prairie View A&M: Saturday's game canceled.

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• Hardin-Simmons vs. Linfield: moved from 4 p.m. to noon Saturday.

WNBA

• The game in Houston tonight between the Comets and Sacramento Monarchs was postponed. It will most likely be rescheduled for Monday, depending on the severity of the storm.

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