North Carolina-South Carolina game suspended
Threat of lightning stops game in fourth quarter.
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The North Carolina-South Carolina game was suspended because of the threat of lighting midway through the fourth quarter.
The No. 6 Gamecocks led 27-10 with 8:20 left. The game was stopped at 8:46 p.m. ET
Officials said lightning had been spotted within eight miles of Williams-Brice Stadium. The 80,000-seat stadium was evacuated. There was no indication Thursday night when the season opener for both teams might resume.
Our Latest Stories
Del Rio started six games for the Gators in 2016
Before officially joining Penn State, Robinson had to deal with a weather problem
You will not see Mike VII on the sidelines inside Tiger Stadium next fall
Ploetz, who never played in the NFL, was diagnosed with Stage 4 CTE after his death
The Tigers have a ton of QBs set to fight it out in an effort to step in for a two-time Heisman...
One of every 16 players in the conference championship games played at Stanford or Alabama