This week, Texas governor Greg Abbott reportedly held a call with the state’s FBS athletic directors, discussing stadium capacity for 2020.

Per USA TODAY’s Dan Wolken, Abbott said it would be highly unlikely to have anything over 50% capacity this fall.

As you can see below, Texas A&M AD Ross Bjork thanked the governor for the call, but said it is still too early to make a final decision about anything:

It is only June, and the season isn’t supposed to start until September, so things could change.

How full will stadiums be during the 2020 season? That still remains to be seen.