Monday has been dominated by debate over whether or not college athletes should remain with their team for a bowl game or forgo the risk of injury and skip the game to prepare for their NFL future.

It’s essentially a debate over whether an individual should protect his future or show loyalty to his team in a game that is likely meaningless. The debate gained steam when star running backs Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey announced they would not be playing in their team’s bowl game.

Such decisions rubbed some people the wrong way, and ESPN’s Danny Kanell is certainly among them. He went on quite the Twitter crusade to make his feelings known on the matter.

There is no right or wrong answer in this debate, and everyone is entitled to his or her opinion. The great thing about sports is that it is a tremendous platform for discussion.

While you may not agree with the stance Kanell has taken, he has not shied away from his beliefs and is willing to accept the criticism that comes with his position.