The SEC has approved the return of athletes to campuses across the conference on June 8, and most schools have decided to have athletes come back on that date.

Arkansas AD Hunter Yurachek spoke on Wednesday, and he expressed optimism about the 2020 season taking place.

And, he added, he plans on having Razorback Stadium at full capacity when games begin in September:

“Our number one priority right now, and what we’re preparing for, is to have full capacity in each of our athletic venues this fall, Yurachek says. “We also have preparations in the background if we have to limit capacity. We have sold 31,000 season tickets. We have stopped selling single-game tickets.”

As for playing all 12 games this fall, including a home game against Nevada and a trip to Notre Dame, Yurachek is bullish:

Yurachek is approaching the 2020 season with cautious optimism. As athletes across the country return to campus next month, we’ll see what happens moving forward.