Hurricane Matthew is creating concerns for a lot of college football games, and another politician is offering his thoughts on what should be done about the danger.
U.S. senator David Vitter, who represents the state of Louisiana, tweeted Thursday that he is asking Florida governor Rick Scott to make Florida move or reschedule the game. The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger obtained a copy of the letter that Vitter sent to the governor.
— David Vitter (@DavidVitter) October 6, 2016
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) October 6, 2016
SEC Country’s Zach Abolverdi reported Wednesday that the game was unlikely to be moved out of Gainesville. A decision on whether the game will be rescheduled is set to be made Thursday afternoon.