The SEC is closing in on finalizing its game cancellation policy related to teams that can’t field enough players this season to compete because of COVID-19.

According to reports from Andy Staples of The Athletic and Brett McMurphy of the Action Network, “one idea being considered is if your team forfeits and it costs the league TV money, your school receives a smaller revenue share than the ones who didn’t forfeit.”

While the specifics are unknown, the league is considering financial penalties for a team that forfeits.

At SEC Media Days last month, Commissioner Greg Sankey said the league would still have roster minimums, and the league has considered removing those roster minimums to play as scheduled.

Last year, the league moved several games, and had others postponed to later in the season. The Vanderbilt-Georgia game at the end of the season, for example, was called off.