Ron Lendvay, director of investigations for the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office gave no indication of any link to the game, which started at 1 p.m. and wasn't affected.
Five men and a woman were shot Sunday outside a laundromat in Jacksonville, authorities said.
He also said he had no immediate update on the conditions of the wounded or their identities later Sunday. Unfortunately, no suspect is in custody yet.
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Evidence suggests Jayme was home at the time of their murders - but she is not considered a suspect. Deputies discovered Jayme Closs' parents fatally shot in their home in rural Barron.
Authorities hadnt yet determined the number of suspects or whether any shooter was inside or outside the auto, he said. He said the auto immediately fled the area and that detectives were checking surveillance video to try to identify the vehicle and locate the occupants.
Lendvay told reporters that a shooter fired from the passenger side of a grey sedan driven by someone else, but details were still sketchy Sunday afternoon and that investigators haven't determined a motive. "Anyone with information is asked to contact #JSO at 904-630-0500 or email JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org", the office tweeted at 2:30 p.m. ET.
The incident took place just blocks away from the Jacksonville Jaguars stadium, as the National Football League team played a game against the Houston Texans. He added that authorities made plans to escort fans to any cars parked near the scene, allowing them to leave unimpeded once the game ended.
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It's not as penalizing if you're missing the fairways. "I hit some good shots but missed a couple of putts early", said Koepka. Asia's challenge will be carried by Matsuyama who returns to action after pulling out of Malaysia due to a wrist injury.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says the shooting could be gang related.
A portion of A Philip Randolph Boulevard will remain closed, according to the Sheriffs Office.
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Winovich and the Wolverines will get a week of rest before another big matchup when they host No. 18 Penn State on November 3. In ESPN's Football Power Index, Michigan is No. 7 in the country. "We knew that they couldn't hang with us".