Penn State has been exempt from Pennsylvania’s mask order due to Big Ten testing protocol, according to a statement put out by the Nittany Lions on Friday.

The players this weekend against Iowa will not have to wear face coverings under their helmets. All other staff for Penn State (including all coaches) will have to wear masks on the sideline though.

This comes after Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine issued a new mandate which said that all sports players would have to wear masks while on the field.

However, there’s still a bit of confusion as Pitt says it will be required (as will Virginia Tech) to have all their players wear masks while playing at Heinz Field this weekend.

On the opposite side of the state though, Temple players won’t be forced to wear masks under their helmets against East Carolina.

Kickoff for Penn State’s game against Iowa will be at 3:30 p.m. ET.