A decision to delay or cancel all fall sports for the 2020 season could come as early as the end of next week, according to Sports Illustrated reporter Pat Forde.

Saturday, Forde sent out a tweet saying that a “prominent” source in the world of college sports told him, “I think by the end of the week the fall sports will be postponed in all conferences.” That report came the same day as the MAC punted on fall sports — including football — for the 2020 season.

The MAC will attempt to have the sport in the spring.

Stadium’s Brett McMurphy reported similar news on Saturday after the MAC’s decision. According to McMurphy, one Power Five source told him, “College football season is done. I don’t think everyone immediately follows MAC, but it gives other league presidents 1 more reason to make an easier decision. Biggest thing is unknown long-term impact of COVID & liability issues involved.”

On Saturday, the B1G university presidents met via conference call to discuss fall sports, though no final decision or vote was taken. According to David Jesse of the Detroit Free Press, commissioner Kevin Warren is in favor of a spring football season.

The B1G recently released a revised schedule for the fall season and has allowed teams to begin fall football camp.