COLUMBIA, S.C. – Cross off two South Carolina sports set to play against Georgia later this week and leave a question mark next to football with Hurricane Matthew on the radar.
On Tuesday, South Carolina has postponed equestrian and volleyball matches scheduled for Friday against Georgia. As for the coming football game, the school is continuing to keep track of the hurricane’s progression.
“A decision regarding Saturday’s football game against Georgia will be made later this week in consultation with state and local officials,” the school said in a statement.
Earlier Tuesday, South Carolina said it was monitoring the weather situation for Saturday and that the game still was set for 7:30 p.m. ET in Columbia.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley said she “can’t imagine” the game taking place in Columbia.
The university has canceled Wednesday classes with the possibility it will do the same Thursday and Friday.
“University officials are consulting with state and local officials as we continue to assess the situation for the rest of the week as the track of Hurricane Matthew becomes more defined,” the university said in a statement. “If the status of Richland County Government changes we will advise the USC community accordingly.”