Mother nature may move LSU game to another location, per AD Ray Tanner
Catastrophic flooding in the greater Columbia area has put the South Carolina/LSU game in jeopardy this upcoming Saturday.
Tanner: Lot of discussions about possibly moving the game to another city. A game at LSU is "not out of the realm of possibility."
— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) October 6, 2015
Classes have been canceled for the remainder of the week, and there’s a real chance the contest will be moved to a different location, according to South Carolina Athletic Director Ray Tanner. A decision as to whether the game will be played at Williams-Brice Stadium likely will take place in the next 24-36 hours.
Ray Tanner: "We are not 100 percent sure that we will have a game at Williams-Brice at this time." Final decision in 24-36 hours
— Josh Kendall (@JoshatTheState) October 6, 2015
This considerable act of nature is undoubtedly going to be a distraction for both programs. A possible change in venue could also rob South Carolina of a home-field advantage.
Biggest issues facing Saturday's game include the water supply, highways, and first responders. Will continue to monitor. #Gamecocks
— Gamecock Athletics (@GamecocksOnline) October 6, 2015