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Why LSU-Florida is probably canceled and what happens next

Not exactly the biggest worry in the state of Florida right now. Of the dozen or so Saturday college football games potentially impacted by Hurricane Matthew, all but one managed to find scheduling solutions. Some stayed the same. UMass-Old Dominion moved up to Friday. Georgia-South Carolina moved back to Sunday. A couple others moved to later weeks. One is either canceled or postponed — depending on who’s describing it at the moment — but almost certainly canceled.
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