Western Michigan and Akron were scheduled to play a game on Saturday afternoon.

There was only one problem: Much of the field in Waldo Stadium was flooded because of heavy rains that continued for much of the day across all of Michigan.

 

As a result, and after several lightning delays, the Mid-American Conference contest was moved to Sunday afternoon.

The forecast isn't much better in the near future for Kalamazoo, which is under a flood warning until Sunday afternoon. 

It has to be better, however, than on Saturday _ when much of the field was under water and staircases had turned into waterfalls. 

 

 

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