Randy Wade and other Ohio State parents aren’t giving up on their fight to get some answers from the B1G. A week after parents met in Chicago outside the conference’s headquarters, the father of Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade is organizing another protest in Columbus.

In a post on Twitter, Wade is planning a rally for parents, alumni, fans and former players to show their support for current Buckeyes. His goal is still to get an opportunity to speak with B1G commissioner Kevin Warren, who has been relatively quiet since making the announcement that the football season would be postponed.

Wade is also urging parents of other B1G football student-athletes to show up, or to form their own protest on their respective campuses.

The protest in Columbus will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday outside of Ohio Stadium.

Parents across the B1G have been upset with conference’s decision-making process. They’re requesting answers behind the decision, and curious why they and their student-athletes did not have a louder voice during the conversation.

Last week, Warren sent out a statement saying the B1G will not revisit the decision. Currently the B1G is one of two Power 5 conferences to postpone the college football season, along with the Pac-12.