Boise State-Florida State Game Moved to Tallahassee
Despite Hurricane Dorian closing in on the Florida Atlantic coach the Boise State-Florida State football game is still scheduled to be played but has been moved from Jacksonville on the coast, to Tallahassee a three hour drive to the west.
The game will be played in Doak Walker Stadium, the home of the Florida State Seminoles.
630 The Fan talked with Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin before the Broncos morning Thursday practice in Boise. He said the team was excited to hear the game was being played in Tallahassee and said it really doesn't matter where the game is played.
Coach Harsin saying "We've prepared for this game for a long time and changing locations isn't going to make a difference."
Kickoff is now set for noon Florida time, 10am Boise time and Harsin said the players were happy about that, excited to get the game underway.
Harsin still wasn't sure if the team, leaving Boise at 1pm today would fly into Jacksonville as planned and then bus to Tallahassee, or fly directly into Tallahassee.
Pl;us, BSU's equipment truck is already in Jacksonville as are 100 reserved hotel rooms that somehow have to be transferred to Tallahassee.
Also, ESPN not sure where the game will be broadcast but we are being told it will air.
The bottom line, even with the game being moved west, it doesn't guarantee the game can be played because Dorian is still calling the shots.