Hurricane Irma is expected to wreak havoc in some parts of Florida over the weekend, which will have a drastic effect on the professional and collegiate sports scene. It was learned on Wednesday that the Miami-Arkansas State game scheduled for Saturday in Arkansas has been canceled and that rescheduling is not a possibility, according to Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press: Miami was originally slated to get its second non-Power Five team in a row, following a tune-up against Bethune-Cookman last Saturday. Week 1 was the first time since 2014 that Brady Kaaya wasn’t leading the offense, following the quarterback’s three-year stint as the starter. Malik Rosier, the junior from Mobile, Ala., completed 17 of his 28 passes for 217 yards and three scores, to three different receivers. The Hurricanes jumped out to 24-6 lead entering the half and never looked back, scoring 14 more in the third and walking out with a 41-13 opening-week win.
Miami-Arkansas State canceled due to Hurricane Irma
Fanrag Sports | Sep 6