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How Hurricane Matthew is shuffling college football games

Matthew Dayes #21 of the NC State Wolfpack leaps for a touchdown against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Carter-Finley Stadium on Oct. 1, 2016, in Raleigh. (Mike Comer/Getty Images)

Hurricane Matthew is expected to be severe. Evacuations have been ordered in coastal Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, and Florida Gov. Rick Scott told residents: “This storm will kill you.”

In light of the extreme weather, several college football programs have postponed their games. Others say they’re monitoring the situation.

Games that are postponed:

-Old Dominion vs. UMass: This game was originally scheduled for Saturday but was moved up to Friday because of Hurricane Matthew. It will still be played in Norfolk, Virginia.

-FAU vs. Charlotte: The game has been postponed, tentatively, for Sunday at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida. Both schools will monitor the situation and reassess as the storm hits the coast.

-UCF vs. Tulane: This game has been postponed until Saturday, Nov. 5, and will be played in Orlando. It was originally scheduled for Friday. The team urged people to be careful via Twitter.

Games that are canceled:

-Albany State vs. Charleston Southern

-Bethune-Cookman vs. South Carolina State

-UNA vs. Florida Tech

-Florida vs. LSU, according to The Advocate

These games are still on:

-Georgia vs. University of South Carolina: Saturday’s game in Columbia, S.C. is still scheduled to take place, but Gov. Nikki Haley said she wouldn’t provide law enforcement to work the game. She also said that fans were holding hotel rooms in Columbia that are needed by evacuees.

-Notre Dame vs. N.C. State: The game is still set to be played on Saturday in Raleigh, N.C. If it’s canceled due to the weather, Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly said the team could conceivably still play until as late as Sunday morning


-Miami vs. Florida State (Saturday, Miami, Florida)

-Virginia Tech vs. UNC (Saturday, Chapel Hill, N.C.)

Pro football and other affected sports:

NFL: Sunday’s game between the Tennessee Titans and the Miami Dolphins is still scheduled to take place in Miami. However, Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said it might get moved to Nashville depending on the severity of the storm.

Hockey: Thursday’s preseason game between the Florida Panthers and the Tampa Bay Lightning was canceled and won’t be rescheduled.

Golf: The PGA Tour canceled its season-ending Tour Championship, which was supposed to take place near Jacksonville, Florida.