That's the plan. Let's not hold our breath.
Spring football in the Midwest ought be tricky and sloppy, for March is often the worst month for weather in recent years.
The Pac 12 has its own situation as swept under the rug of the pandemic. The players were collectively bargaining for their rights including in accordance with the new law in California. The Pac 12 was eager to cancel this season on that basis alone given the pandemic, for that discussion still looms to be had.
I figure by the time this is all over in years, not months, and given all the spillover effects beyond the medical, college players at the top schools will be compensated above the table.