SEC football fans, the opening week of the season could get a bit hairy depending on the final track of Isaac — which depending on when you read this — could be categorized as a hurricane or a tropical storm. Most projections expect it to become a hurricane late tonight or early tomorrow.
As you can see from the Weather.com-provided map below, the Deep South is in the target zone for the storm and that could eventually impact a number of SEC football games. Texas A&M’s game with Louisiana Tech in Shreveport on Thursday appears to be in the greatest danger, though lingering winds, rain and storm damage could affect other contests later in the week as well.
There have been no announced game changes yet, but folks from Florida to Georgia to Alabama to Missisissippi to Louisiana to Texas are all eyeballing the storm.