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Florida State-Clemson game postponed amid coronavirus concerns

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Gustavo Carr | 23 November, 2020, 02:58

"This game was not canceled because of COVID", Swinney said.

Saturday's game between No. 4 Clemson and Florida State in Tallahassee has been postponed, the ACC announced just three hours before the scheduled kickoff.

Swinney said if Florida State wants to play Clemson, it will have to travel to Death Valley or pay travel for the Tigers' travel.

The postponement follows Saturday morning's game conference call.

Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich said in a statement that the team was "disappointed" the game wouldn't be played Saturday.

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"Man, we were ready to play", he wrote. The first-year coach tested positive for the virus in September, missing the Seminoles' game with Miami.

Both teams are continuing to adhere to the minimum outlined protocols within the ACC Medical Advisory Group report, the ACC said. "We look ahead to returning to action next week against Pitt for Senior Day and Military Appreciation Day".

The ACC also announced several schedule changes.

Louisville at Boston College, which had been moved to December 12, will now be played on November 28; Wake Forest at Louisville, originally scheduled for November 28, will be moved to December 19; and Wake Forest at Duke, which had been scheduled for Saturday, will not be rescheduled. Wake Forest's matchup against Duke was originally postponed but the league announced Saturday it will be not be played.

"Our players have been explicitly compliant, and continuing their isolated housing conditions without academic nor social settings for an additional two weeks would not be appropriate in this unsettling time", Cutcliffe said in a statement.