Another 2020 bowl game has been canceled.

On Sunday, TransPerfect Music City Bowl officials canceled the scheduled matchup between the Iowa Hawkeyes and Missouri Tigers. It was the 17th canceled bowl game this season.

The game was slated to take place in Nashville on Wednesday, Dec. 30 but Missouri canceled practice on Sunday after an increase in positive COVID-19 test, pausing all team activities until Jan. 2.

Iowa managed to play all eight games of the Big Ten’s regular-season before their Dec. 19 game against Michigan was canceled because of COVID-19 issues with the Wolverines. After an 0-2 start, the Hawkeyes won their final six games rising to No. 15 in the College Football Playoff rankings

Sunday afternoon, Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz met with the media via a Zoom press conference and discussed the disappointment in not getting another game in, his team, and some thoughts on his future.

Some of his comments are below: