Following the Big 12’s schedule announcement on Monday, everyone’s eyes then turned to see what the NCAA would decide regarding fall championships on Tuesday.

Many expected the Board of Governors could potentially decide to cancel championships as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic — but that would not be the case.

According to Brett McMurphy of Stadium, the NCAA decided not to vote on the cancellation of fall sports. Each division will instead be given the opportunity to choose how they proceed forward with their fall competitions.

McMurphy would also point out in a tweet that not all conferences have the same at stake. Division II and Division III do not have the resources as Division I, meaning that if the prior two may cancel, this will not have any affect on the FCS or FBS.

It is looking like we will have football in Morgantown next month — stay tuned to The Voice of Motown for updates.