Idaho-Florida declared no contest, rescheduled for 2017
The Idaho at Florida game that was weathered out last week has been declared a no contest and has been rescheduled for 2017.
Idaho will not have to make a return trip to Gainesville this year.
We finally have a resolution to the Idaho-Florida game that was canceled last weekend due to intense storms in the area, as the game has been declared a no contest. Which basically means it never happened, nor will it happen any time this season.
Instead, the game has been rescheduled for the 2017 season -- get your tickets now! -- and Florida has agreed to pay Idaho the full $975,000 it would have owed had the game been played. So that's a pretty good road trip for the Vandals. You take the paycheck game and you get the paycheck, but not the loss.
Florida will also give any fan who purchased a ticket to the game a full refund.
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