There has been a lot of news happening in the Big Ten already this busy Saturday morning/afternoon.

Now, a huge new report has come out regarding first-year Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren and his preferences for the 2020 college football season.

Per reporter David Jesse, Warren would prefer to move the football season to the spring:

In the piece, Jesse notes that, as of now, no final decision about the season’s timeline has been made:

Going into the call, the sources were told Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren preferred a spring football season, although no decision had been made.

An email to the Big Ten was not immediately returned.

The MAC already announced it was canceling fall sports on Saturday. A number of top Big Ten prospects — including Minnesota WR Rashod Bateman, Purdue WR Rondale Moore and Penn State LB Micah Parsons — have already opted out of the 2020 campaign.