As far as the Big Ten, they expect to have all 14 schools ready to go and playing in the 2020 season. Northwestern president Morton Schapiro told ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg that he can’t see a football season this year where not all 14 teams play.

“#Northwestern president Morton Schapiro, who chairs the Big Ten's council of presidents/chancellors, told me today, "I don’t see that we’re going to have a Big Ten [football] season with 12 of the 14 schools playing,” Rittenberg tweeted. “I’d be surprised if we play and it’s not all 14 of us.

“To clarify, Schapiro expects all 14 schools to be able to play this fall, unless state policies prohibit campuses from opening.”