Those waiting for the debut of Scott Frost and the 2018 Nebraska Football team will have to wait slightly longer. Mother nature has decided not to cooperate and has delayed the Huskers opening game against the Akron Zips.
Earlier this evening, the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Lincoln and surrounding areas. Not only are conditions conductive for severe thunderstorms, but there is a flooding concern as well.
4:49pm CDT #SPC_Watch WW 363 SEVERE TSTM KS NE 012145Z - 020400Z, #kswx #newx, https://t.co/cLmzZ6FOLO pic.twitter.com/hPgFjEfWDi— NWS SPC (@NWSSPC) September 1, 2018
NCAA regulations stipulate when a game must go into a delay. The current NCAA policy requires that play be suspended if there is lightning within 8 miles of the stadium. It requires a 30 minute delay, but this may vary because the time count will restart if a lightning strike occurs within the 8 mile radius.
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