Tuesday night’s Cheez-It Bowl in Orlando has produced a unique situation.

Oklahoma State wide receiver Tylan Wallace is not playing the second half of the game in what was described on the ESPN broadcast as a “player’s decision” by sideline reporter Katie George. Oklahoma State media is reporting that this was a planned decision. Multiple media members openly questioned the most-cited report.

Wallace had 6 catches for 45 yards in OSU’s first half. The wide receiver has torn his ACL twice and may have decided on a half-time opt-out after seeing Miami QB D’Eriq King’s injury. Mike Gundy is sure to be asked to explain the situation after the game.

Currently, Oklahoma State leads Miami 37-26 in the fourth quarter.