The postponed game between Florida and LSU continues to be one of the most discussed topics in college football. It’s a matchup that could have potential division ramifications and one the SEC says needs to be played.

As ideas continue to circulate about how the game can be fit into the remaining schedule, some have wondered if it will even be played at all. In a statement released on Monday, Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said the Gators are working with all parties to make sure the game gets played.

There are many possible solutions that have been discussed, including moving the annual Georgia-Florida game or buying out non-conference teams, but none appear to be favored as of now.