ESPN canceled Wednesday's broadcast of the North Carolina at Georgia Tech men's basketball game.
The game is still played, with the Tar Heels winning 78-65.
According to a Georgia Tech release, ACC policy dictates that the only reason to cancel a game is if conditions affect the safety of teams or officials.
ESPN crews were unable to safely get their equipment to McCamish Pavilion in Atlanta, where traffic has been snarled since Tuesday's winter storm.
UNC spokesman Steve Kirschner said road conditions around the arena were poor. He added before the game that team officials were still considering options on how to get the Tar Heels safely back to Chapel Hill following the game.