2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
1-5, 4th in C-USA - West
9d

Army forces 6 Rice turnovers in 49-12 win

Kell Walker ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns and Ahmad Bradshaw added 115 yards rushing and two more scores as Army forced turnovers on four straight possessions in the first half to build a big lead early in a 49-12 win over Rice on Saturday.

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Browne finds Hall who keeps foot in-bounds for 1-yard TD catch (0:26)
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Walter jets past defenders for 70-yard TD catch (0:33)
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Rice's Ibe forces and recovers the fumble at goal line (0:59)
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Ollison marches in for TD (0:24)
23d

FIU tops Rice in C-USA opener, 13-7

Jose Borregales kicked field goals from 37 and 44-yards out to help give Florida International a 13-7 win over Rice in its Conference USA opener Saturday night.

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Bands from Houston and Rice with a display of unity at halftime, performing a joint rendition of "Amazing Grace" in honor of victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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Cougar's Leday jukes his way into the end zone (0:25)
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Cougars breakthrough into end zone for a TD (0:34)
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30dSam Khan Jr.

Houston, Rice show solidarity post-hurricane

Houston and Rice showed solidarity before their rivalry game kicked off on Saturday night in their first game in the city since Hurricane Harvey hit. A moment of silence in memory of victims of Harvey was observed before the game.

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Houston DL Turner intercepts Rice's pass. (0:37)
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Houston's Allen burst into end zone for TD (0:31)
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33d

UH jerseys to have 'Houston' instead of names

The Houston Cougars will pay tribute to those affected by Hurricane Harvey by replacing the nameplate on their jerseys with a "Houston" patch for Saturday's game against fellow Bayou City school Rice.

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45dSam Khan

Rice back in Harvey-hit Houston after long trip

The Rice football team has been away from Houston for two weeks following a road trip to Australia and an extended stay out of town because of Hurricane Harvey. Players said they will assist the city of Houston recover as soon as they can.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Rice athletic director Joe Kaarlgaard and football quality control coach Joe Foteh try to remove water from the vehicle of Paul Lockhart-Korris, the the Owls' director of business strategy. Lockhart-Korris' vehicle was one of several that took in water from Hurricane Harvey while the Owls were on the road for the Sydney Cup

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Rice coach David Bailiff, who returned to Houston with his team Friday, said he can't get to his home in Missouri City because of flood waters. Bailiff said he will sleep in his office tonight.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rice Owls returned home to Houston on Friday after nearly two weeks away from home. They departed Houston on Aug. 20 for the Sydney Cup game vs. Stanford on Aug. 26. Their return home was delayed because of Hurricane Harvey. They headquartered at TCU the last four days.

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50dSam Khan

Rice staying at TCU while waiting out Harvey

Rice has diverted from its plan to return to Houston and will stay on the TCU campus due to the damaging effects of Tropical Storm Harvey.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rice football team, which is attempting to return home to Houston following its Sydney Cup game vs. Stanford, will temporarily relocate to TCU. The effects of Hurricane Harvey has shut down both major Houston airports. The Owls will arrive in Fort Worth at approximately 2 pm ok Monday.

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Stanford dominates Rice in 55-point win (0:42)

Team Stats

Passing Yards142.5120th
Rushing Yards156.074th
Points For11.7130th
Points Against36.3114th