To play or not to play? That is the question.
As college football bowl season comes to an end, the topic of the week has been centered around college players choosing to forgo their team’s bowl game — the final game of their careers — as they look toward the NFL Draft. It’s not exactly a new phenomenon, but the number of players deciding to opt-out of the bowl games has certainly increased over the years.
Heisman trophy finalist and projected first-round draft pick Kenny Pickett didn’t play in Pittsburgh’s Peach Bowl loss to Michigan State, while Ohio State star wide receivers Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson both opted out of the Rose Bowl. On Tuesday night, LSU was down to just 39 scholarship players due to