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USC Super Regional game moved to Saturday

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A tarp covers the field at Cary C. Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill, NC. (Source: Joe Gorchow) A tarp covers the field at Cary C. Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill, NC. (Source: Joe Gorchow)

CHAPEL HILL, NC (WIS) - Tropical Storm Andrea's rains have prompted NCAA tournament officials to postpone Friday's Super Regional game in Chapel Hill.

University officials said "the NCAA and the participating institutions all agreed this was in the best interest of the student-athletes and fans."

The Gamecocks and North Carolina Tar Heels are now set to meet Saturday at 12:05 and Sunday at 1:05. Both are scheduled to be broadcast on ESPN.

The time and network for a Monday game if it's necessary have not been determined.

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