Atlantic Coast residents aren't the only ones keeping a close eye on Hurricane Joaquin. Sports leagues have some decisions to make.
FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig reports:
The University of Maryland has already moved their home football game against Michigan Saturday up from a primetime 8 p.m. kick-off to noon.
On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles are set to play at Washington. The NFL is keeping an eye on that one.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly.
(Kelly) "If it does hit in some of the manners that it could hit, then it could really effect everybody, people attending the game, all the other stuff. We're big on if we can't control it, obviously no one can control the weather, then we'll adjust accordingly."
Also Sunday, NASCAR has the final race of the first elimination round of the chase. That's at Dover, Delaware.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.