, A National Guardsman directs traffic onto U.S. Highway 501 as Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018, near Conway, S.C. Time is running short to get out of the way of Hurricane Florence, a monster of a storm that has a region of more than 10 million people in its potentially devastating sights. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)
13 of September 2018 18:37:36
Hurricane Florence continues to impact college football games this week.
The kickoff for Middle Tennessee's game at No. 3 Georgia on Saturday has been moved to noon due to concerns about the impact of the storm.
The game had been scheduled for a 7:15 p.m. kickoff.
Georgia announced Thursday the decision to move the kickoff time was made following "extensive evaluation involving the uncertainty of weather conditions on the east coast, and consideration of all constituencies involved including fans, support staff, and law enforcement."
There is no rain in the current forecast for Saturday. Athens, in northeast Georgia, could be affected by outer bands of the storm on Sunday.
The game will be televised on ESPN News, instead of ESPN2
Presbyterian has canceled its football game with Stetson on Saturday because of the approach of Hurricane Florence.
The FCS school was to play at home in Clinton, South Carolina. Presbyterian then shifted the game to the opponents' home field in Florida. But Presbyterian athletic director Danny Sterling said it became clear travelling out of state was not safe for the team or fans.
Florence has altered the schedules of many programs the last two days, canceling games involving No. 13 Virginia Tech, North Carolina State, North Carolina and South Carolina.
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