There figures to be lots of scribbling on whiteboards in the Southeastern Conference this week.
It’s the sort of work coaches do when they diagram pass routes and defensive schemes, but the conjuring in the SEC will head a different direction.
The nation’s premier football conference is dealing with a storm — literally and figuratively — as it ponders what to do about the Louisiana State-Florida game that was postponed because of Hurricane Matthew.
As Commissioner Greg Sankey said on the conference’s website: “It’s a situation that causes a great deal of angst.”
With the death toll in the U.S. rising and...