Rice all-conference wide receiver opts out of 2020 season

By Hoss McBain

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Rice football wide receiver Bradley Rozner will opt out of the 2020 season, according to a report from SB Nation

Rozner ranked among Rice's best players as a junior, catching 55 passes for 770 yards and five touchdowns. He posted 100-yard receiving games against Baylor, Wake Forest, UTSA and Middle Tennessee, including 130 yards and three touchdowns against the Blue Raiders. 

The decision puts more pressure on senior receiver Austin Trammel, who was the only receiver with more than 200 receiving yards last season. TCU transfer quarterback Mike Collins is expected to throw him the ball. 

The Owls have yet to play a football game to this point and are the only FBS school in Texas without a game. Rice is set to open against Middle Tennessee on Oct. 24 after opening camp earlier this month. 

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