Georgia’s annual G-Day scrimmage is currently scheduled for Saturday, April 17, according to coach Kirby Smart.

The big question now is whether or not fans will be allowed to attend the annual spring game.

On Tuesday, AD Josh Brooks said he hopes to have a similar number of fans in the stands to what was allowed in the fall (via 247Sports):

“We’re looking to make an announcement here this week, maybe even tomorrow, about that,” Brooks said. “We’ve been working on the logistics so I can tell you that the capacity is going to be similar to what it was in the fall. We intentionally kept those chair backs. If you notice, they’re still up from the fall. It was a decision because the deployment and pick up of that was costly so we left them in place knowing we could use them for now and for potential commencement ceremonies. So the capacity will be similar. We’re working through the logistics of that and we’ll have more information here soon that we’ll be releasing this week on G-Day.”

Florida announced on Tuesday that it wouldn’t be holding a spring game. We’ll see if other SEC schools follow Georgia’s path or call off their spring games like Florida.