Looks like South Carolina is staying put for this weekend’s SEC East clash against Georgia.

With Hurricane Matthew set to strike the East Coast this weekend, there was some concern that the game would be relocated from Columbia. But Gamecocks executive associate athletic director Charles Bloom shot down that notion Wednesday during a radio interview.

If conditions are too unfavorable at kickoff at 7:30 p.m. ET Saturday, Bloom said the game could be rescheduled for later in the weekend.

South Carolina is understandably opposed to moving one of its seven home games this season, especially considering the Gamecocks had to do so in 2015. Catastrophic flooding in the state forced officials to relocate last year’s game against LSU to Baton Rouge, where the Tigers romped to a 45-24 win on Oct. 10 in former coach Steve Spurrier’s last game.

It is unclear whether the storm will affect this weekend’s Florida-LSU game, which is set to be played in Gainesville. A decision on that game is expected around 5 p.m. ET today.