Centre College Golf Team Stranded In TN's Winter Storms

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Updated: 1/30 12:23 am
The Centre College Golf Team is now stranded in Tennessee.

That's according to the Danville Advocate Messenger.

The team was reportedly traveling in two vans to an event in Orlando, Florida.

The newspaper said Wednesday that the group had been stranded near Chattanooga for two days.

Coach Bruce Brown told the paper the team was about 90 minutes outside of Atlanta when the snow and icy conditions became too dangerous to continue.

The team was headed to the Atlanta airport to pickup a player before heading south to Florida.

Brown told the Advocate Messenger that the group was staying busy working out on treadmills and finishing school work.

No word yet if the golf team plans to continue with its trip to Orlando.
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