Saturday's scheduled game between Southern Miss and UTEP was postponed on Friday -- the sixth college football game called off this weekend because of COVID-19.
Southern Miss said the Golden Eagles have seen an increase in COVID-19 cases in the football program and are unable to travel to Texas.
"The health and safety of everyone involved continues to be our guiding force which made this decision to postpone the game the appropriate one," Southern Miss athletic director Jeremy McClain said in a statement. "We are disappointed for our student-athletes who will not get a chance to participate for a second straight weekend, however, we will work with UTEP, in conjunction with Conference USA, to reschedule this game for later this season."
Southern Miss (1-3, 1-1 C-USA) also had last weekend's game against Florida Atlantic postponed amid a COVID-19 uptick among the Owls.
A new date for the Southern Miss-UTEP game was not announced.
Southern Miss is scheduled to play at Liberty next Saturday, with UTEP scheduled to meet Charlotte that day.
Charlotte also won't play on Saturday. On Thursday night, FIU announced its game with the 49ers was postponed because of COVID-19 cases within its program.
This is the third game called off for Charlotte (1-2, 1-1 C-USA). The 49ers' game against North Carolina was canceled, with a postponement against Georgia State.
FIU (0-2, 0-1) has lost games against Jacksonville State and UCF.
Other games postponed this weekend: Vanderbilt vs. Missouri and Florida vs. LSU in the Southeastern Conference; Cincinnati and Tulsa in the American Athletic Conference; and Baylor vs. Oklahoma State in the Big 12.
--Field Level Media