There will be fall sports in the state of Pennsylvania in 2020.

On Friday, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association held a vote to determine the outlook for fall sports in 2020, including high school football. The association confirmed that sports will move forward following a lopsided 25-5 vote on the matter.

The PIAA’s decision goes against the recommendation from Governor Tom Wolf to delay.

Following the decision, the PIAA released a statement:

Pennsylvania is one of seven B1G states that will still permit football this fall. Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio and Wisconsin are also still preparing for fall football.

The B1G has already postponed the fall football season.