This is so we can play a game.
Not all of us.
Just those deemed to go up there in the very midst of all this.
Still Sunday all this will be going on THERE.
In that rickety old stadium.
Tornado go through that to get there.
Pass all the victims and of course stay overnight – not try to drive back through it all again in the dark with who knows how many traffic signals not working.
No one open.
Nowhere to buy gas.
In all this traffic.
Before even the victims are allowed to go back.
With all this still going on.
10-7-2016 at 5 p.m.
“Due to the potential impact of the hurricane on Columbia and the surrounding area, it is in the best interest of safety to play the game on Sunday rather than Saturday night.” SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey is out of his mind.
Potential impact ? There are 345 dead 938 mbars biggest Hurricane since eighteen-ninety-eight and millions trying to flee being stranded on the roof tops in up to 160 mph gusts with 6 feet storm surges on top of 5 inches rain locally and 12 inches just South of the stadium. Really smart SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey. Are you sure this is your decision and not South Carolina’s who you agreed with SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey ?
Obviously the $ 2 million revenue is more important to the University of South Carolina than the safety of the kids with lighting all over the area as well Sunday – just when it all hits there.
Game SEC Network.
( http://www.wvtm13.com/article/georgia-at-south-carolina-football-game-moved-to-sunday-due-to-hurricane-matthew/4974945 )
10-7-2016 at 2 a.m.