Kentucky has reportedly settled on a reduced capacity plan for 2020 Wildcats home football games.

Justin Rowland of Rivals reports that the current UK plan is for 20 percent general seating capacity and 50 percent capacity in suites. At 20 percent, approximately 12,200 fans would be in the Kroger Field stands.

The 20 percent number is in line with plans by Alabama, Auburn and Florida. Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi State, Mizzou, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Texas A&M will be at 25 percent. LSU and Vanderbilt have yet to announce attendance policies.

Kentucky Sports Radio notes that Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear recently approved a 20-percent capacity plan for Lousiville football games.

Mark Stoops’ squad opens the 2020 season at Auburn on Sept. 26. The Wildcats host Ole Miss on Oct. 3.