The SEC approved on Friday a plan to allow teams to have athletes return to campuses on June 8 for voluntary workouts.

Quickly, a number of the 14 schools in the conference hopped on board with the plan, followed by others. But there are still a couple of holdouts for the plan.

As you can see below, 9 teams announced plans to return shortly after the announcement was made public by the SEC:

After those tweets, Mississippi State and Ole Miss both issued statements indicating they’d welcome athletes back on June 8:

That leaves Kentucky and Vanderbilt as the only 2 SEC schools not to officially announce a decision at this time. We’ll see what happens with those schools moving forward.