Another official postponement has been made and it’s also in the SEC. Earlier today, LSU and Florida announced that their game would be postponed indefinitely. Now, Georgia and South Carolina have agreed to push the game back and play it on Sunday.
South Carolina coach Will Muschamp on radio on game: "It will definitely be Sunday." Said time to be determined.
— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) October 6, 2016
The time for Sunday’s game has not yet been determined but the venue will remain Williams-Brice stadium in South Carolina.
With Hurricane Matthew set to hit the southeastern United States early Friday morning, more cancellations and postponements are likely to follow in both the collegiate and professional ranks. The University of Miami is still expected to play as scheduled on Saturday night against Florida State in Miami.
How many of these games are actually made up later in the season is certainly suspect. With teams not having matching bye weeks, they will likely go unplayed unless they impact who becomes conference champion or moves into the College Football Playoff.
We will keep you updated on postponements and cancellations as the information becomes available.
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