Rain, sleet or snow the Georgia men’s basketball team will get to Starkville, just not via airplane. Due to winter weather conditions in Georgia and Mississippi, the team elected to leave Athens on Tuesday and drive to Starkville, according to The Telegraph.

“Even if we have to hitch-hike, we’ll find a way to get there,” Georgia coach Mark Fox told the newspaper.

Mississippi State and Georgia square off Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at Humphrey Coliseum. According to Google Maps Georgia’s 355-mile road trip should take about 5 hours and 30 minutes. Both Georgia and Mississippi State cancelled its classes on Tuesday.

Georgia already drove to Auburn this year. Its women’s basketball team took a bus to Atlanta to fly to College Station for a matchup against Texas A&M, also on Wednesday.

The winter conditions affected Mississippi State’s softball team as well. Its game against Southeastern Louisiana on Tuesday was cancelled. MSU softball drove to Birmingham Monday night and flew to Atlanta then Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday morning. It begins the Florida Atlantic Strike Out Cancer Tournament in Boca Raton, Fla. on Thursday.

As for Wednesday night’s game for MSU basketball, the weather should not affect the tip time. But officials are working on a contingency plan.