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CFR is back, Katrina is hours from landfall

My apologies for the site downtime.  My software/host was doing some upgrades and I neglected to inform you of the delay.  But we're back.

Of little surprise, I continue to follow hurricane Katrina.

There's little else to add right now.  Its basically more devastating than I anticipated and will soon make landfall in either Louisiana or Mississippi.  It's a "worst case scenario" and will level one of America's great cities and leave many many many people dead or homeless.  The cleanup will take months, and will be very slow and frustrating.

This is clearly a storm that will affect several college football programs, likely relocating some (such as Tulane) and cancelling games.

CFR will continue to report that angle, as well as any relevant aftermath.

I urge you to visit fellow CFB blogger Brendan Loy's site for all the latest.  Brendan's reputable, a true weather nut and being linked to consistently by uberbloggers Michelle Malkin and Instapundit.

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