Tracking Dorian: Evacuation fears cause FSU football game to be relocated

Erik Feliciano, General Assignment Reporter

In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the Florida State University football game that was originally going to be played in Jacksonville, has been moved to Tallahassee this Saturday, according to CNN

The game is relocating as a precaution, in case the city has to evacuate, according to Mayor Lenny Curry.

The game will start at noon, and all tickets purchased for the Jacksonville game will be refunded. 

FSU will be selling General Admission tickets online for $10.

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