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Another CFB Game Has Been Moved Due To Hurricane Florence

Football's with South Carolina's logo on them.

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Hurricane Florence is set to hit the Carolinas in the coming days. The Category 4 storm looks like it could have a devastating impact.

College football is a minor concern compared to the safety of those in the path of the storm. There have already been a number of games cancelled or rescheduled because of the impending hurricane.

Another game time has just been changed. Old Dominion and Charlotte will play tomorrow instead of Saturday as previously scheduled.

The game is set for 4 p.m. ET tomorrow at Jerry Richardson Stadium in Charlotte.

ODU arrived in Charlotte on Tuesday, and as the two schools monitored the track of the storm, a decision was made to move the game up.

"We appreciate everyone's patience as we worked closely with Old Dominion Athletics Director Wood Selig and the conference office to make this decision," said 49ers Director of Athletics Mike Hill. "Our primary goal in playing this game is to ensure the safety of student-athletes, coaches, staff and fans, and do so without creating an undue burden on our community and its emergency services. I also want to acknowledge the incredible cooperation of Coach Bobby Wilder, Coach Brad Lambert, emergency management officials and our campus partners in this difficult process."

Expect some more games to either be cancelled or postponed in the coming days.

We will keep you posted on any changes.