As Hurricane Matthew approaches the east coast, several college and NFL games are considering rescheduling or canceling games that could be affected by the storm.
Here is the latest information on football games that have been affected by the Hurricane.
The Georgia Bulldogs' game against the South Carolina Gamecocks has been rescheduled for Sunday at 2:30 p.m., according to a statement from the SEC.
It will still be played at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbus, S.C. It will be televised on SEC Network.
The game was originally scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
According to The Advocate reporter Ross Dellenger, the LSU Tigers' game against the Florida Gators was canceled and will not be rescheduled.
LSU confirmed the report moments after Dellenger Tweeted it. However, the SEC released a statement that said the game would be rescheduled if possible.
Florida-LSU is postponed indefinitely, according to a statement by the SEC office: pic.twitter.com/ZExXz1DHNb— Landon Watnick (@LandonWatnick) October 6, 2016
According to The Daily Advertiser, 11Alive's Gannett news partner, LSU offered to play on Sunday, but the SEC office said no.
LSU offered to play on Sunday, SEC office said no. No game this weekend. Postponed indefinitely.https://t.co/H0Zu6KwgDV— Glenn Guilbeau (@LSUBeatTweet) October 6, 2016
On Friday, the Miami Dolphins announced that their game against the Tennessee Titans would remain scheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m. at Hard Rock Stadium.
Miami avoided the brunt of Hurricane Matthew as it stayed about 100 miles or more off South Florida's coast, according to 11Alive news partner USA TODAY.
The Miami Hurricanes announced that their game scheduled for Saturday will not be affected by the actual hurricane, Hurricane Matthew.
The Hurricanes will host the Florida State Seminoles at 8 p.m. at Hard Rock Stadium. The in-state rivalry game will be televised on ABC.