Cool, so can the "Pryor can't throw worth a damn" meme finally die? Not only did he complete over 60% of his passes, his average yards per attempt was just under 8 yards per attempt and his pass efficiency rating was over 145.
But people will still say, "Oh, well, Pryor is never going to be able to throw." And yes, he had Hartline, etc. around him, but Henne had Braylon and Avant (who are arguably way better than OSU's receiving corps this year) and Pryor still had better passing stats than him.
Pryor is a good passer. Sucks for us, but might as well not muddy the facts -- it just looks bad.