PHOTO: Louisville and Southern Miss play in a deluge
The weather conditions for Louisville and Southern Miss could be better.
Louisville and Southern Miss have gone to halftime with Southern Miss, and you might think the story of the game is a team that got demolished by Western Kentucky last week, leading the nation's No. 19 team 17-12.
But it hasn't been, thanks to an out-and-out opening of the skies over Hattiesburg that has turned the playing field into something more appropriate for ducks or arks than a football game. Here's what it looked like on the CBS Sports Network:
And from AP reporter David Brandt, here's what it looks like inside the stadium:
Little wonder Southern Miss failed to complete a pass for the duration of the first half. But they're still ahead--and if you're Charlie Strong, you can't feel good about trying to come back on the road in these conditions.
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