College Football Bowl Game Opt-Outs Tracker: No Elijah Moore for Ole Miss

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Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images. Pictured: Elijah Moore (8).

It’s hard keeping track of who’s in and who’s out this season and that task becomes even harder during bowl season. Don’t worry, though, we’ve got you covered.

Below are players who have recently opted out for each team playing in a bowl game. Some are huge difference-makers. Some are questionable with COVID protocols. Some have transferred. Others are preparing for the NFL draft.

Read below to see who might be missing in the game you’re preparing to bet.

TaxSlayer Gator Bowl (Jan. 2)

NC State

  • LB Payton Wilson (ACC leading tackler)
  • LB Drake Thomas
  • DT Alim McNeil


  • CB Kelvin Joseph (opted out before regular season finale)

Outback Bowl (Jan. 2)

Ole Miss

  • WR Elijah Moore (leading receiver; first team All SEC)
  • TE Kenny Yeboah (second-leading receiver)
  • Watch: Leading rusher and return man RB Jerrion Ealy and WR Braylon Sanders left last game with injuries


  • None reported.

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 2)


  • None reported.

Iowa State

  • None reported.

Capital One Orange Bowl (Jan. 2)

North Carolina

  • WR Dyami Brown (leading receiver)
  • RB Michael Carter (leading rusher)
  • LB Chazz Surratt (leads team in tackles and sacks)

Texas A&M

  • None reported.
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