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Hurricane Matthew could force Miami-FSU game to move venues Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 10: Mark Walton #1 of the Miami Hurricanes drops a punt defended by Javien Elliott #14 of the Florida State Seminoles during a game at Doak Campbell Stadium on October 10, 2015 in Tallahassee, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

It was reported on Wednesday that the Florida State-Miami game was not likely to change venues despite the impending doom that is Hurricane Matthew. Miami athletic director Blake James said that the game at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens is still a go. It seems that the thinking on that one might change.

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A final decision could be made on it Thursday though and there’s a rumor starting to pick up steam that Tampa Bay would be a place the game could be moved. Raymond James Stadium doesn’t have a pro game to worry about on Sunday while it is hosting the USF-East Carolina game at noon.

Amid those reports of the game getting moved, the host school is convinced that the game will still take place at their home.

RELATED: One game has officially been postponed thanks to Hurricane Matthew

UCF has already moved its game against Tulane to November 5 hen both teams have a bye week because of the hurricane.

[h/t TampaBay.com]

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