Clay Travis: Matt Corral situation boils down to freedom of choice

Everyone wondered if Corral should have just sat out the bowl game, to avoid injury, and not hurt his standing in the 2022 Draft de la NFL.

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Las buenas noticias, it appears Corral will still be able to work out for NFL teams ahead of the draft, and that he will still be able to play. But should he have opted out of the bowl game, like so many other draft prospects occasionally do?

Mississippi quarterback Matt Corral warms up for the team' Sugar Bowl NCAA college football game against Baylor in New Orleans, sábado, ene. 1, 2022.

Mississippi quarterback Matt Corral warms up for the teamSugar Bowl NCAA college football game against Baylor in New Orleans, sábado, ene. 1, 2022. (AP Photo/Matthew Hinton)

Everybody deserves the right to make their own decision,” Clay said. “Because everybody’s risk tolerance is different. And I think this is something that connects with COVID and everything else.

I think I’m pretty good at analyzing risk. I think the marketplace has reflected that I’m pretty good at recognizing market opportunities and building companies. I have had a great deal of financial success because of it. But I also realize not everyone has the same risk tolerance that I do.

Take college athletes, por ejemplo.

There are some people out there that are ecstatic to make $ 50,000 un año, and they would never take the risk to make more than $ 50,000,” Clay said. “That’s your choice.

Matt Corral #2 of the Mississippi Rebels reacts after being injured against the Baylor Bears during the first quarter in the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Caesars Superdome on January 01, 2022 in New Orleans, Luisiana.

Matt Corral #2 of the Mississippi Rebels reacts after being injured against the Baylor Bears during the first quarter in the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Caesars Superdome on January 01, 2022 in New Orleans, Luisiana. (Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

‘But what we need to do a better job of discussing, is the freedom to make choices that are right for you. If you don’t want to wear a mask, and you just want to stay in the basement, and you ever want to go out again, that’s your choice.

The same applies if you want to play in a bowl game even if it could hurt your draft status. Después de todo, playing could also help your draft status. De cualquier manera, by playing, there’s some risk involved.

Your fears should not take away from my freedom,” Clay added. “And I see that directly connected to the Matt Corral injury. A lot of people would argue that it made no sense for him to play in the Sugar Bowl. That would be their right to make that choice.

Matt Corral #2 of the Mississippi Rebels is looked over by a trainer after being injured against the Baylor Bears during the first quarter in the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Caesars Superdome on January 01, 2022 in New Orleans, Luisiana.

Matt Corral #2 of the Mississippi Rebels is looked over by a trainer after being injured against the Baylor Bears during the first quarter in the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Caesars Superdome on January 01, 2022 in New Orleans, Luisiana. (Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

But Matt Corral can also make the choice to play, and it shouldn’t impact the choice that anybody else makes. We have to allow the guys the freedom to make their own choice and not turn everything into a national Rorschach test over whether or not it was the right choice for everyone.

For Clay’s full take on the Corral situation, check out the video below.

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