PHOTO: Game canceled after team bus catches on fire

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer

Already this season we've seen games canceled or delayed because of weather, and now we can add a bus fire to the list of causes.

Miles College was scheduled to play its home opener on Saturday against Concordia-Selma, but on the way to the game Concordia-Selma's bus caught fire and destroyed all the team's equipment. Luckily nobody was hurt in the fire.

So what remains of the bus?

Yeah, I don't think that's salvageable.

According to a release from Miles College the game will not be rescheduled, which is probably for the best. I think when a bus goes up in flames like that you should take it as some sort of sign.

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