Campbell (@3.75) vs Coastal Carolina (@1.25)

Our Prediction:

Coastal Carolina will win

Campbell – Coastal Carolina Match Prediction | 06-11-2019 19:00

ET Thursday on ESPN). Moved earlier in day: Boston College at Wake Forest (now 5:30 p.m. Moved up: Coastal Carolina at Campbell (now Wednesday). To recap CFB games being affected by Hurricane Florence. Cancelled: UCF at North Carolina, West Virginia at NC State.

Campbell, a pair of schools in the path of the storm. ET at Campbell's home instead of Coastal Carolina's stadium. The impending arrival of Hurricane Florence has wreaked havoc on the Week 3 college football schedule, and one result is a time change for Coastal Carolina vs. Campbell picks, you'll want to see what SportsLine expert Mike Tierney has to say. Before you make any Coastal Carolina vs. Sportsbooks view this game as completely even, making it a pick'em in the latest Coastal Carolina vs. These teams will now play on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Campbell odds.

However, the Panthers cant do much of anything to stop the run, and Coastal Carolina has the offense to take advantage of a leaky D thats allowed 30 or more points to everyone so far. The Georgia State offense has been terrific lately with a strong ground game and enough pop to get past Arkansas State last week in a bit of a shocker.

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"Over the past 36 hours of discussion, playing the contest here at Campbell became the best option for all parties involved," said Campbell Director of Athletics Bob Roller. A live video stream will be available for Wednesday afternoon's game. at Campbell's Barker-Lane Stadium. The Camels are off to 2-0 start in 2018 following a 13-8 road win over Georgetown. All parking and seats will be general admission. The matchup was originally slated for Saturday, September 15 in Conway, S.C., but will instead kick off Wednesday at 2 p.m. Buies Creek, N.C. Due to the threat of Hurricane Florence along the East Coast, Campbell's football game at Coastal Carolina has been rescheduled for Wednesday, September 12 in Buies Creek. "Our University staff and community are well-equipped to turn around a game of this significance on short notice, and we can stay well ahead of the pending weather."Admission and parking will be free of charge for all patrons. For the latest information, stay tuned to and @GoCamelsFB on Twitter. Coastal (1-1) is coming off a 47-24 home win over UAB.

With Florida State now officially looking for a new head coach after firing Willie Taggart on Sunday, Kentuckys Mark Stoops has quickly been tabbed a potential candidate. Given his ties to the Seminoles, it makes sense why Stoops, who has achieved success at Kentucky relative to the overall history of Kentucky football, would be a potential target for filling the vacancy in Tallahassee, however, Stoops is already trying to keep this speculation from being any type of distraction as he focuses on his job in Lexington.

Kentucky has had three consecutive winning seasons under Stoops and is looking for its fourth straight winning season, a feat accomplished twice by the program since 1957. Stoops is in his seventh season as head coach of the Wildcats. Although Kentucky is sitting at 4-4 at the moment, the program is coming off a historic 2018 season that saw Kentucky win 10 games for the first time since 1977, and for just the third time in program history.

It turns out, that was the endgame, as confirmed on Monday. Morris gave no reason for why OGrady was suspended from Arkansas home game against Mississippi State over the weekend and simply noted the two planned to meet on Sunday. Confusion about OGradys status arose with cryptic social media updates and profile changes suggesting OGrady was no longer to be a part of the program.

Georgia State vs. Coastal Carolina Fearless Prediction, Game Preview

The Chanticleers fell 49-15 to South Carolina in the season-opener, but bounced back with a 47-24 victory over UAB in Week 2. Even with the blowout loss on their rsum, they've faced a significantly higher level of competition, and that could give them the edge Wednesday. But even in adverse circumstances, Coastal Carolina, a member of the Sun Belt, will have a chance to go on the road and get the win.

Our team planned to relocate until the passing of the storm regardless, so moving the game to Buies Creek worked with that plan. The safety of our student-athletes, fans and event staff are of the utmost concern to Coastal Carolina University. Given the close proximity of our campuses and based on current available information regarding the storm, there was mutual interest in playing the game on Wednesday, Coastal Carolina AD Matt Hoguesaid. We look forward to seeing all of our fans back at Brooks Stadium on Oct.