Update: The ACC has announced that Florida State-Miami will indeed be moved to Oct. 7. As a consequence of the move, the ACC is also pushing the Miami-Georgia Tech game from Thursday, Oct. 12 to Saturday, Oct. 14 in order to ensure both teams have equal rest ahead of the contest.

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A handful of Florida schools -- including  Florida, Florida State and Miami -- have canceled Week 2 games in preparation of Hurricane Irma hitting the state. However, Irma's impact on college football doesn't appear to be over. 

Per a report from the Tallahassee Democrat, Florida State's Week 3 game against Miami scheduled for Sept. 16 is expected to be moved to Oct. 7 with an announcement likely coming on Sunday. Florida State's game against Louisiana-Monroe was canceled, though the Seminoles have continued to practice. FSU announced Saturday that that the university's campus will be closed through Friday, Sept. 15.

Furthermore, Florida's game against Tennessee -- scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET next Saturday on CBS -- is being monitored. The Gators cancelled their Week 2 game against Northern Colorado. 

"Our focus is ensuring the safety of our student athletes, staff and families," Florida sports information director Steve McClain said in a statement to CBS Sports. "We will assess our resources and facilities after the storm and we hope for the best for all those in the path of Irma."