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It's storming so hard at Notre Dame-NC State, there are waves of water on the field

Hurricane Matthew had made landfall Saturday morning in South Carolina and was continuing up the East Coast. Because Florida took a hard hit from the storm, LSU vs. Florida was postponed, but that didn’t stop NC State and Notre Dame from continuing to play in Raleigh, N.C. Take a look at this... Water blowing across the 10 to 20 yards of standing water around the 20yd line at Carter Finley#CF50 #Matthew #wral pic.
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