Tough news to start the week but the Southeastern Conference has just announced the upcoming Ole Miss at Texas A&M game has been postponed.

The Aggies still don’t have enough required scholarship players to compete in the game, according to Southeastern Conference COVID-19 management requirements.

In order to play a game, SEC teams are required to have 53 scholarship players ready to play in order to compete on game day. In addition to having 53 players available, the SEC mandated that each team has one quarterback, seven offensive linemen and four defensive linemen ready to play.

Last week, Texas A&M’s trip to Tennessee was postponed, meaning the Aggies already have a game scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12 — the date secured by the SEC for make up games. The status of the Texas A&M-Ole Miss game remains up in the air until the league knows which teams qualify for the 2020 SEC Championship Game set to be played on Saturday, Dec. 19.

Texas A&M is 5-1 on the season, while Ole Miss improved to 3-4 on the season after beating South Carolina on Saturday night.

With that game postponed, here is the rest of the SEC schedule for this weekend as of Monday morning:

Florida at Vanderbilt, Noon ET/11 am CT on ESPN
LSU at Arkansas, Noon ET/11 am CT on SEC Network
Kentucky at Alabama, 4 pm ET/3 pm CT on SEC Network
Tennessee at Auburn, 7 pm ET/6 pm CT on ESPN
Mississippi State at Georgia, 7:30 pm ET/6:30 pm CT on SEC Network
Missouri at South Carolina, 7:30 pm ET/6:30 pm CT on SEC Network Alternate