345 dead in 5th Hurricane in 2016 in the Atlantic at 2 a.m. Friday with 938 mbars gusts up to 160 mph battering east coast of Florida for prolonged periods heading northwest at 14 mph as the University of South Carolina thinks now that they can play the game Sunday 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time SEC Network like this entire scenario is not real with South Carolina storm surges of 6 feet. University of South Carolina fool officials think there will be no traffic issues for anyone trying to get there with no state patrol support just county police only. Fiasco. This is just when Hurricane Matthew will be at its peak in storm surge of 6 feet in South Carolina and 12 inches rain South of the game and 5 inches rainfall at the stadium.


“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.


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