A group of football players in the Pac-12 are threatening to boycott the 2020 season if a list of demands is not met, according to former Arizona State quarterback and now podcast host Rudy Carpenter.

Carpenter tweeted out on Friday that players are searching for revenue sharing and better COVID-19 testing practices and protocols during the pandemic. If those demands are not met, some players are prepared to sit out this college football season.

“Pac 12 football players have created a list of “demands” 4 the Pac-12/Universities 2 take into consideration, if the demands aren’t addressed/complied w/ the players R threatening to sit out the season..There is significant support growing among ALL 12 teams with 50 or More players on many of teams in support of this action/demands list,” Carpenter tweeted. “The initial idea was 2 create a players union, they decided time didn’t allow 4 this & figure the best way to create the change they want is 2 “boycott” the season.

“Things they r asking 4 is 50/50 rev share, 6 yrs insurance upon graduation, better Covid-19 testing & protocols etc etc…The player led group is being spearheaded at Cal Football & they have been holding phone calls with other Pac12 teams..There is some kinda of players only meeting/vote that will be taking place shortly.”

According to the tweet, players at Cal are leading the charge. Several other players from around the Pac-12 are also involved.

The Pac-12 has announced that it will eliminate nonconference games this season, along with the B1G. The ACC, SEC and Big 12 are still currently planning on having non-league games in 2020.