The Gators are scheduled to practice on campus tomorrow.
According to an official release, no Florida student-athletes or coaches were harmed by Hurricane Irma, which arrived on Sunday night in Gainesville.
In addition, no facilities were severely damaged, though assessments of campus buildings are still ongoing.
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UF coaches report that all @FloridaGators student-athletes are safe & accounted for post-Irma. Assessment of campus impact still ongoing.
— Scott Stricklin (@ScottStricklin) September 11, 2017
Per the release, the Gators will practice tomorrow in Gainesville.
Florida is scheduled to host Tennessee this Saturday, but it’s unclear if the game will take place.
“Now that the storm has passed through Gainesville,” SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said in an official statement on Monday, “the University of Florida is working with local authorities to assess the effect of the storm on the campus and the Gainesville community, at the same time ensuring the appropriate security and local officials are available to host a game.”
Florida cancelled last weekend’s game versus Northern Colorado due to the storm.