Sports fields across much of the northeast will be empty this fall, according to a report from college athletics insider Jon Rothstein.

Per Rothstein, the Ivy League — which had previously considered moving football to the spring — has instead decided to cancel all fall sports.

Rothstein tweeted that the conference isn’t going to consider playing sports until Jan. 1, 2021 at the earliest:

Obviously, that puts the start of many winter sports seasons in jeopardy as well, including men’s and women’s basketball. Rothstein said those sports will receive an update in mid-July, which is quickly approaching.

The Ivy League is an FCS conference, featuring 8 teams — Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Penn, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth and Brown.