Hurricane Ian already caused a rampage of destruction because it makes landfall in Florida and, now a Tropical Storm, is ready to move via the Southeast over the subsequent few days, instantly impacting the Week 5 school football schedule.
Getting an correct prediction on where a storm will go is at all times powerful, but meteorologists are capable of say with some confidence that the states of Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina will be affected with rain and wind into the weekend.
Experts consider the storm won’t make direct contact with much of Georgia, excluding some windy situations on the coast.
South Carolina is anticipated to see 50 mph winds through Friday evening and Saturday morning, whereas North Carolina will see 30 mph gusts all day on Saturday.
Let’s take a glance at the up to date on where things stand football-wise proper now.
SC State at South Carolina. The Gamecocks already introduced that they moved their sport, originally set for Saturday, for the primetime 7 p.m. Eastern slot on Thursday night time as an alternative.
Related: South Carolina moves Week 5 recreation as a result of Ian
East Carolina at South Florida. USF announced that its game in opposition to the Pirates will transfer from Tampa to Boca Raton, Fla. instead. Kickoff is set for Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Eastern and can air on ESPN+.
Wake Forest at Florida State. The high 25 matchup between ACC rivals appears to be secure at its originally scheduled time, 3:30 p.m. Eastern on Saturday. “We wish to play,” Wake coach Dave Clawson mentioned. “But provided that it’s secure and appropriate.”
Related: Florida State vs. Wake Forest soccer preview, prediction
SMU at UCF. “Sunday Knights Football” is coming to Orlando as Central Florida moved its sport from Saturday to Sunday at 1 p.m. Eastern and will be shown on a community in the ESPN system, although the precise channel was not yet announced.
Georgia Southern at Coastal Carolina. A few hours back for this matchup, which is now scheduled for 7 p.m. Eastern on Saturday, after initially set for 4 p.m. Eastern. The sport shall be available on ESPN+.
Virginia Tech at North Carolina. Tar Heels head coach Mack Brown stated there are no plans to move the game away from Chapel Hill at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on Saturday. “There shall be some gentle rain and it is going to be windy, however everything is in place to move forward with the game,” Brown mentioned.
NC State at Clemson. The biggest sport of the Week 5 faculty soccer schedule, no less than based on ESPN, which despatched its GameDay present there, continues to be set for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Eastern.
Related: NC State vs. Clemson football preview, prediction
Eastern Washington at Florida. 2-2 and coming off a loss at Tennessee, the Gators introduced they moved this matchup to Sunday at 12 p.m. Eastern and shall be proven on ESPN+ and SEC Network+.
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