I don't hate pryor. I don't doubt his talent and will not deny he played very well for a true freshman. basically prefacing the post with, "i don't spend my days and nights obsessing over tp". In the doldrums that is mid-summer for us rabid college football fans, i stumbled across a link from yahoo/rivals about pryor "putting in the time". i got a few lines in and almost threw up:
"Pryor could have taken the easy road.
Except Pryor has never been about doing what is easiest, which is why he opted to sign with Ohio State last spring despite the fact the Buckeyes already had quarterback Todd Boeckman in place."
So let me get this straight, it would have been easy to go to Michigan and shoulder a huge portion of the load on offense as a true freshman during what everyone knew would be a tough year of growing pains on both sides of the ball.
The hard thing was going to OSU where he could earn the starting spot, but would not be forced into the starting spot, with a defense full of nfl talent and a stud RB behind him and a head coach whose system has been firmly in place for nearly a decade.
Yep, Terrelle Pryor is our generation's Carl Joseph. He has overcome so much in his time at OSU.