(KDKA)- Since the Big Ten presidents voted to postpone the fall football season, there has been consternation on the part of parents, coaches, and athletes at the respective member schools. Now, it appears President Trump has gotten involved in the situation, tweeting this morning that he spoke with commissioner Kevin Warren about the possibility of starting up the season “immediately.”

The news of the call between the President and commissioner Warren comes one day after a group of Nebraska football players filed a lawsuit against the conference. In their lawsuit, the Nebraska players allege that the conference’s decision was “capricious and arbitrary” and should be overturned because it didn’t follow established guidelines.

The conference then filed a brief of its own in response to the allegations levied in the lawsuit that contains affidavits showing the conference did in fact hold a vote and only Nebraska, Iowa and Ohio State voted against postponement of the season.

Penn State coach James Franklin called for the conference not to postpone the season in early August when rumors of cancellation were swirling.

In recent days, it seems discussion over a plan to start a season in November have gained some traction, but there has been no official word from the conference as of yet.

The Big Ten released a statement on Tuesday confirming that commissioner Warren spoke with the president on Tuesday. But, the conference continued to caution that the Return to Play Task Force is “exhausting every resource” to help students get back to playing the sports they love.