A new wave of worry hit the college football world on Saturday, as the Mid-American Conference (MAC) decided over the weekend to postpone all fall sports for the 2020 season. Instead, the league will attempt have a spring football season, hoping there are more answers regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

More troubling news followed, as Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel reported that B1G presidents were meeting on Saturday to discuss the fall sports schedule. There were reports that there was “momentum” towards cancelling the season, and David Jesse of the Detroit Free Press said that B1G commissioner Kevin Warren preferred a spring football season.

While the outlook for college football season appears to be trending in the wrong direction, players across the country who want to play are letting their voices be heard. It was most prominent from Penn State student-athletes on Saturday evening.

Not long after all the news broke, QB Sean Clifford, RB Devyn Ford, LB Jesse Luketa, TE Pat Freiermuth and many others took to Twitter to express their desire to play. Most used the hashtag #IWantToPlay.

Below are the tweets sent out from numerous Penn State players on Saturday: