Iowa defensive back Riley Moss will potentially play in his final home game as a Hawkeye on Saturday when Iowa hosts Illinois.

Maybe. He hasn’t quite decided.

In speaking with members of the media on Tuesday, Moss said he intends to treat Senior Day like his final game at Kinnick Stadium, but that he hasn’t quite made up his mind on whether to return for another year. A senior, Moss has the ability to play one more year for the Hawkeyes due to the NCAA’s COVID-induced eligibility freeze last year.

“I came into the season open-minded, and I’m staying open-minded until the end of the season,” Moss said, according to HawkCentral’s Chad Leistikow. “I’m excited for senior day and mentally prepared for it to be my last time. But if it isn’t, it isn’t, and I’ll get another shot. At the end of the season, I’ll get a feeling of if I’m going to go or stay.”

Moss is playing without a PCL in his left knee after an injury suffered during Iowa’s win over Penn State. It caused him to initially miss 3 games—Iowa went 1-2 while he was out—but he’s back on the field playing through pain, according to Leistikow.

An Ankeny, Iowa native, Moss has 25 tackles this season with 4 interceptions (2 returned for scores), 3 pass breakups, and 2 tackles for loss.