Major news rocked the college football world on Tuesday, when Michigan announced that it will have to cancel Saturday’s game against Ohio State due to concerns with COVID-19.

Shortly after the news was announced, Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel released a statement on the decision.

“The number of positive tests has continued to trend in an upward direction over the last seven days,” Manuel said in a statement. “We have not been cleared to participate in practice at this time. Unfortunately, we will not be able to field a team due to COVID-19 positives and the associated quarantining required of close-contact individuals. The decision is disappointing for our team and coaches but their health and safety is paramount, and it will always come first in our decision-making.”

This is the second week Michigan has been forced to cancel a game. Last week, the Wolverines called off the Week 7 contest against Maryland.

Ohio State has now had three games canceled this season.