Kay Ivey knows how to get the attention of Alabama residents. At a Friday press conference about the state’s stay-at-home order, the Auburn alumna warned that having a college football season may depend on Alabamians following the guidelines.

“If you’re eager for a fall football season coming up, what we’re doing today gives us a better chance of being able to do that as well,” Ivey told reporters, per Alabama Political Reporter’s Chip Brownlee.

As coronavirus cases rise and guidelines to stay at home and limit gatherings continue, more people are wondering about the status of college football and other fall sports. ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit speculated that the college and pro football seasons were unlikely to happen, prompting takes from many of his media peers as well as coaches. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, on the other hand, is confident that games will be played this fall with fans in the stands.

We’ll see if college football fans in Alabama follow Ivey’s instructions.