Good morning. Saturday morning now. 70 miles SSE of Savannah. 948 mbars. 105 mph sustained winds. Category 2 Hurricane Matthew. This still means 4 a.m. when it starts hitting Savannah which will last 12 hours at current still too 12 mph. Tonight then is when it will be where the game is and that will last until 4 a.m. Sunday morning tomorrow when supposedly the game is tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow. Gusts to 125 mph. 887 dead. Don’t go to the game. It is not safe and you will be in the way of emergency personnel trying to get the victims home to protect what is left of their property. This is all wrong by the University of South Carolina the # 107 best (think smartest) college.

 

That is a very well developed eye.  See all the rain all around Columbia ?

 

That is lightning and tornado weather depicted in orange.

 

The entire state of South Carolina is completely inundated with Hurricane Matthew.

 

This is not smart even saying they were going to play this game tomorrow afternoon.

 

It’s not worth it.

 

Oh and it is raining in Atlanta and has been all afternoon Friday and Friday night as you can see the advance bands of rain.  So you would be in floods lightning rain on bad roads in the best of conditions and this the worst.  And there is no electricity which means there is NO GAS.

 

And 4512 flight cancellations all here and in South Carolina.

 

And, nowhere to spend the night.  All beds long since taken-up.

 

I will bet you this game NEVER happens at 2:30 p.m. Sunday that the authorities will step-in and force the University of South Carolina to give it up that 100,000 folks would be too many for the conditions.

 

Which is more important our game 1-2 SEC vs 1-3 SEC South Carolina or the victims and all the devastation caused already and continuing by Hurricane Matthew ?

 

I ask you?

 

You expect the emergency personnel to help you get to a game in the middle of all this ?

 

Never happen.

 

10-8-2016 at 12:06 a.m.

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