The outbreak of COVID-19 has stopped the world but everyone is hoping that one sport will be back in the fall is football.

Right now college and pro football are still planning on starting on time but the Big Sky Commissioner is making fall back plans in case anything happens.

406MTSports is reporting that Big Sky Commissioner Tom Wistrcill is making plans in case anything happens during the football season.

Some of the ideas are a 'floating' football season, where teams would draw an opponent on a given week based on readiness.

They have also discussed an abbreviated season where they don't play non conference games as well, but that would hurt quite a few schools because they depend on getting paychecks from bigger schools when they play them.

Wistrcill went on to say that "these things need to be figured out now and not later."

We will have to see what happens but it looks like the Big Sky Conference will be ready for whatever happens.

For more details on the interview, check out 406 MT Sports.