Former Arizona State quarterback Rudy Carpenter, now a podcast and radio host, spoke out on Twitter about some Pac-12 players who are planning to boycott the 2020 season if a list of demands aren’t met.

I’ve embedded Carpenter’s tweets below, but the main demands are revenue sharing and better COVID-19 testing and protocols.

In the tweets, Carpenter said that the Cal Bears are leading and organizing the charge, and apparently the players will hold a vote soon on the matter.

The Pac-12 has already announced it will play a conference-only schedule this fall, along with the Big Ten. The SEC, ACC and Big 12 are hanging tough and haven’t changed their schedules yet due to COVID-19.

Players apparently feel they have leverage in this situation due to the strong desire for conferences to play games to earn revenue in 2020.