As more Americans receive their COVID-19 vaccines, states are starting to open things back up for business.

Texas and Mississippi became the latest states to do that on Tuesday, and other SEC states could soon follow suit.

Obviously, sports fans are wondering what that means for full stadiums this fall. Florida AD Scott Stricklin took to Twitter on Tuesday to say he thinks most schools are planning for full stadiums and there’s some optimism that medical professionals will actually allow it:

Football games are better with fans in attendance, so every step in the right direction is a positive one. The pandemic might not be fully in the rearview mirror yet, but as more vaccines are administered, it’ll be interesting to see what schools decide to do for sports attendance numbers moving forward.