(CBS DETROIT) – There will be no college football season this fall according to reports Monday that the Big Ten voted 12-2 to cancel the football season.

Dan Patrick, host of The Dan Patrick Show, reported Monday that the Big Ten and Pac 12 will cancel their football seasons Tuesday.

The Detroit Free Press reports that Patrick said he learned the Big 12 and ACC are “on the fence,” and that the SEC is trying to get the other teams to join them for a season this fall.

The Big Ten presidents voted, 12-2, to not play this fall, according to Patrick’s source.

The longtime sports personality said only Nebraska and Iowa voted to play, which means according to this reporting, Michigan president Mark Schlissel and Michigan State president Samuel Stanley voted to not play football this fall, the Detroit Free Press reported.

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