Ryan Day is pleading with Ohio State fans to wear their masks. A college football season in Columbus may depend on it.

Not long after the B1G announced that it was implementing a conference-only schedule for the fall 2020 sports season, Day took to social media to urge Buckeye fans to wear their masks in public. He also requested that individuals follow health and government guidelines to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Below is the video Day shared:

Even though the B1G made the bombshell announcement on Thursday, it’s far from a guarantee that sports are played this fall. Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said he’s “very concerned” about college football not being played. B1G commissioner Kevin Warren said “there may not be football in the B1G,” in a Big Ten Network interview.

Wearing a mask and following other guidelines could help the chances of having football return in the fall.