What to Know
- Latest forecast for the storm have it possibly hitting the state of Florida late Sunday night, making a move needed.
For the third straight season, the Florida State Seminoles will have a football game impacted by a major storm threatening the state.
The school's athletic department announced that the season opener scheduled for 7 p.m. on Saturday against Boise State at Jacksonville's TIAA Bank Field will now kick off at noon in Tallahassee.
Latest forecast for the storm have it possibly hitting the state of Florida late Sunday night, making a move needed.
The game is the only scheduled one featuring a FBS team in the state of Florida on Saturday as both UCF and FIU play Thursday and USF plays at home on Friday night. Both Florida and Miami are off while Florida Atlantic plays at Ohio State on Saturday afternoon.
The Seminoles moved to games in the 2017 season after Hurricane Irma struck the Florida Keys and the state's Gulf Coast region while fans in the state's panhandle region were displaced due to Hurricane Michael last October.