The SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey is having trouble trying to get the Chicken Florida Gators to play the re-surging LSU football team
The Florida Gators keep pointing to that November 19 date knowing that LSU would then need to play three SEC teams within 12 days if LSU agrees to the date rematch.
Cheating and fixing the game seems to be the lifestyle of too many University now entrusted with teaching our youth population the lessons from a higher College education.
But instead of teaching bravery and honesty overcoming evil the Academia today are only repeating the political corruption practice by the Washington DC Country Club social hypocrisy. And totally making a mess out of everyone fundamental daily reality.
The Florida Gators Football program are trying to not suffer the obvious defeat that this LSU football team is going to hand them if and when the Gators play LSU a college football game this year,
So they are indeed acting chicken not to fight LSU using the hurricane as an excuse to fix their own football teams won-loss record.
LSU-Florida game postponed indefinitely
Glenn Guilbeau , USA TODAY Network10:18 p.m. CDT October 6, 2016
BATON ROUGE — Amid a season from hell with two losses by a seven-point total, a quarterback's benching and a head coach's firing, LSU's football team somehow finally had momentum with a new coach, a fresh approach, a new offensive coordinator and a record-setting offense as it prepared to play at Florida Saturday.
Then suddenly there was no game to play as the Southeastern Conference on Thursday afternoon decided to postpone the LSU-Florida game scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday in Gainesville, Florida, because of Category 4 Hurricane Matthew's projected path into Florida.
"The developments of the hurricane in the last 24 hours, the projected magnitude of its impact and the unknown aftermath of this storm have resulted in this decision to seek another date to play the LSU-Florida game," second-year SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said in a release from the SEC office.