TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) — It’s been a strange season for college football teams in Florida.READ MORE: Florida State University Picks Three Finalists For President; Corcoran Out
Florida State has rescheduled its game against Louisiana-Monroe for Dec. 2 at 12 p.m.
The game was originally scheduled for Sept. 9 but was canceled due to Hurricane Irma.
When the game was originally canceled, most thought it would not be made up, but the Seminoles (3-5) are off to their worst start since 1976 and may need it for bowl eligibility.READ MORE: 1,200 Shots Given During Miami-Dade Pop Up Vaccination Event In South Miami
Florida State has not missed a bowl game since 1981. Louisiana-Monroe is also 3-5.
Hurricane Irma not only disrupted the ULM game, but moved the Miami game from Sept. 16 to Oct. 7.
The 21 days between games tied for the third-longest break between regular-season games in program history.MORE NEWS: COVID In Florida: 3,319 New Cases, 57 Additional Deaths Reported Saturday
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