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Miami Dolphins Confirm Sunday's Game vs. Tennessee Titans On For 1 P.M.

Hurricane Matthew Miami Dolphins update: the franchise has announced that Sunday's game remains scheduled for 1 p.m. E.T.

Hurricane Matthew has hit the Florida coast incredibly hard over the last day, and it has had a major impact on college football and NFL games that are scheduled to be played in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina this weekend.

There were questions about the Miami Dolphins' home game against the Tennessee Titans at 1 p.m. E.T. Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium. The team has announced that it will be played as scheduled, at least as of now.

The Dolphins are currently 1-3, with a win over the lowly Cleveland Browns, and losses to the Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots, and Cincinnati Bengals. The Titans are also 1-3, with a win over the Detroit Lions, and losses to the Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, and Houston Texans.

Both teams really need this one to try and claw back towards .500 here in the early season, and are probably thankful that the game will be played as scheduled. It is anyone's guess how the weather will affect play and field conditions on Sunday.

Due to the hurricane, Saturday's Florida-LSU game will not be played this weekend and may be in jeopardy for the entire season. South Carolina-Georgia will be played at Williams-Brice Stadium, but not until Sunday afternoon. UCF-Tulane has been postponed. There are also concerns for Monday night's Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Carolina Panthers game.

We'll continue to update more on the Hurricane Matthew Miami Dolphins-Tennessee Titans situation. For our full preview of this game, click here.