Buccaneers-Dolphins game moved to Week 11

Mike Ehrmann

Mike Ehrmann

Still, the scheduling situation prompted extensive discussions and speculation before the decision.

The menace of Irma and the postponement of the opener are the latest setbacks for the Dolphins.

"There could actually be potential issues for our departure". I don't know. Whatever it takes.

The Marlins have lost nine of their past 10 games to fade from the NL wild-card race.

Irma continues moving to the WNW with 185 mph winds this evening.

They added, "First and foremost, the safety of our customers comes first". "I just want everyone to be safe".

"Ten days of this - I wish I had an answer for it", manager Don Mattingly said. The ASU sophomore had taken off work to attend the Miami-ASU game.

A sign near campus revealed a shade of red Arkansas State fans didn't wanna see: spelled out in a nine-letter word. stretched across a campus marquee sign reading: cancelled.

The league also decided against playing this weekend at a neutral site, perhaps in Pennsylvania. At the time, some talent evaluators thought the pick was a steal. "But I'm kind of glad I'm here".

The Dolphins and Buccaneers happen to have the same bye week this year, which made it a convenient possibility for rescheduling. When bad weather hits, there's typically a surge of last-minute demand.

The mayor said that eventually - probably by Friday or Saturday - all drawbridges will be locked.

"We do have three or four guys who are banged up, " Koetter said. "T.J". The Red Wolves took Nebraska to the wire in Week 1 as well.

As of now, according to the show's Facebook page and web site, Emerald's Imprinted Sportswear Show will be held Sept. 7-9 at the OCCC as scheduled. Those along the coast and inland have begun taking precautions to avoid damage during Irma. She said the camp is designed for children five years or older. If they tell us to play tomorrow, we play tomorrow.

American Airlines, which has a major hub in Miami, has capped the price of main cabin seats on single leg flights at $99.

Kahn said his house is already shuttered, and he's helping his in-laws prepare their home.

"Whether that's clothes, even if need be getting them down there", Anderson said. And with so many players from Florida, school officials acknowledged that they would be thinking more about their families than football, with a dangerous storm barreling toward their home.

"Should we leave? A lot of people that I wouldn't expect to leave are leaving". You look forward to that bye week just to get away from football a little bit, let your body rest.

Gonzalez said his wife and children were back in Washington, and his mother and brother were packed and ready to evacuate.

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