As we face uncertainty about the 2020 college football season amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some certain stipulations some people in charge would like to have.

One big issue seems to be about students on campus. It seems there isn’t much interest in starting the season without students being allowed back at school in-person.

Well, on Wednesday, Mizzou announced that it is currently planning on resuming in-person classes this fall. Here’s the tweet with the news:

Obviously, this is just a tentative plan right now, but this is certainly good news for college football (as well as for students getting back to school).

Things can certainly change, but for now, we’ll take this as a positive sign.