Alabama vs. South Florida Football Game Faces Lightning Delay in Tampa

Alabama vs. South Florida : The Alabama football game against South Florida had to pause because of lightning during the second quarter in Tampa, Florida.

At that time, South Florida was leading 3-0 with about 14 minutes left in the first half. The delay began at 3:35 p.m. central time and had to last for 30 minutes whenever there was lightning nearby. It had started raining heavily just a few minutes before the lightning delay.

We’ll keep you updated on the weather situation.

According to ABC 33/40 meteorologist James Spann, it seemed like there were scattered showers in the area. He mentioned that the storm should move away from the stadium by around 4:15 p.m. central time. However, there was a possibility of another storm later in the second half.

Update: The game between Alabama and USF resumed after an hour-long delay at approximately 4:30 p.m. CT, and the rain had stopped by then.

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In terms of the players, Tyler Buchner was the starting quarterback for Alabama in this game against USF, taking over from Jalen Milroe, who had started the previous two games. Buchner didn’t start off too strong, completing 4 out of 10 passes for 25 yards, with no touchdowns or interceptions. He also ran for 11 yards on two carries, with his longest run being eight yards.

South Florida’s offense didn’t do much either, except for a moment when cornerback Kool-Aid McKinstry couldn’t pick up a punt, and the Bulls got the ball deep in Alabama’s territory.

Both teams struggled on third downs. Before the lightning delay, Alabama had converted only 1 out of 5 third-down attempts, while South Florida had a 2-for-6 record.

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