In the first picture he also has a brand new 32" TV. Lets look into that one also.
Driving In Cars With Pryor
Dodge Charger R/T:
Dodge Challenger registered to Auto Direct and Aaron "Don't Call Me Lane" Kniffin, who claims to have spoken with OSU's compliance director 50 times:
The local news channel followed Pryor around and reports he's been driving it for two weeks.
Not pictured: Terrelle Pryor. Pryor was ticketed in one of these with dealer plates traced back to Auto Direct. Also not pictured: another loaner of unspecified model Pryor was ticketed in.
The Nissan 350z Pryor rolled up to last night's meeting in:
And the Coke Classic shot of a youthful Pryor who has just found out people will let him borrow cars because he's rad:
Ah, simpler times.
I will venture a guess that this is a lot of cars for one person to have in a short period of time and that Terrelle Pryor's taken his last snap at Ohio State.
I brought a 32" tv to my dorm, don't hate.
What about that black duffel bag? Looks suspicious to me.
Vizio's are like the Kia's of flat-screen TV's.
My friends that are electronic snobs would probably compare them more to AMC Gremlins, but I happen to love my Vizio.
I'm still laughing at driving the Nissan to last night's meeting. How dumb can you be? Even if the car's actually his with his own money, he's got to know that it looks really bad for him to be in a new car.
It really can't be said enough. I'm so glad he decided to go to "The University of Ohio State" on signing day of 2008.
Doug Karcsh compared it to Kwame Kilpatrick showing up to court for his text message scandal and sending texts during the trial.
This guy is such a jackass. To see him leave disgraced is nice but it doesn't feel half as good as if we got a chance to beat him on the field at least one more time. If he had the expression on his face that David Boston had when Charles Woodson returned that punt in 97, that would have been gold.
It won't matter, it will still feel beautiful beating those shitheads no matter who the coach, QB, or any other player is.
We will still rejoice and Hoke is gonna kick their tail often I believe!
but what more than makes up for not having that opportunity is the saga of undrafted Justin Boren, whose legacy is now permanently and forever tied to a corrupt program.
What goes down, comes around. Karma's a bitch, eh, Justin?
What a freaking dumbass...how stupid can you be?
The man who ended an (evil) empire.
If there is one weakness he has, it's subtlety. That, and common sense. And his decision-making (on and off the field). And saying stupid stuff.
Check out that tat sleeve on his right arm in the first pic. How'd he pay for that? Oh, wait...
Brian is so quick to jump to conclusions... The most likely scenario is that Pryor is really just a 5* haggler and has his way with used car salesmen...
as I was driving back into Columbus from a wonderful fly fishing trip in northern Michigan, I was listening to a special edition of 97.1 regarding Tressel's resignation and I heard a caller call in completely choked up and on the verge of crying. I thought "what an awesome this is turning out to be."
But then, last night, I flipped on the local news and saw a reporter outside of the Woody Hayes pracice facility reporting on Pryor's newest car.
And that my friends, was an awesome day.
I'd really like to see a google wave chat between joe paterno, rich rod, and tpeezy from 2008. Maybe this was all one big plot to take down OSU...(dun dun DUNNN)
Why does a 21 year old kid playing college football have a lawyer?
"Pryor's attorney declined comment, citing the need for confidentiality because of the NCAA investigation."
Because he is a 21 year old college kid who sells college property for tattoos and illegaly recieves free loaner cars.
How many jerseys does it take to get a lawyer on retainer?
"Driving in Cars With Pryor", he so could have a tv show with that name after all this.
Has the NCAA done any investigative Googling??
Somebody ought to call those guys and ask to take a Dodge Challenger on a two-week test drive. I'd be curious how that conversation goes.
That is awesome. E-mail that to the NCAA ASAP!!!!
I bet he thinks he'll play QB in the NFL.
he's driving American (except for the Nissan).
Dodge isn't American anymore (which causes me to have an issue with their latest ad campaign). Obama gave Chrysler to Fiat, remember?
How is above off-topic when he is clarifying the post re origin of Dodge, thus increasing the intelligence of all on mgoblog.com?
That intersection has a dedicated turn lane that merges into the street he turned on to (I think you can kind of see the solid line wrapping around the corner). I could be wrong though.
EDIT: I was wrong, here is the intersection on Google Maps. He ran it fo sho
I cannot look at a picture of Brutus without thinking of this:
That thing is freakin' creepy. No joke.
as he's being stabbed in the gut.
Damn you LSUFreak. I was going to make this gif.
found another one that does not appear above: ohiostate.scout.com/ 2/774964.html
help embedding? can't tell the make/model but its a white four door sedan (?ford) from 2008.
Looks Japanese, Nissan or Toyota?
thanks. I should probably figure out how to do this blogging thing.
No biggie. I'm a web developer and have tools to "cheat". =D
That's a previous generation Hyundai Sonata, model years ranging from about 2006-2010. So a fairly recent model, although looks pretty dated compared to the new Sonatas. (and now, OT and probably TMI) The previous generation, though, is when critics really started being impressed with Hyundai as an auto manufacturer, as they put out a vehicle that could finally compete with Honda, Toyota, Ford, etc.
Can't remember when/what post, but back when cars issue came up one of the 1st times, that photo was of TP showing up for school in the fall. I believe it was mentioned that it IS actually his car. The point was we were all wondering why such a late model car was costantly "in the shop".
The point was we were all wondering why such a late model car was costantly "in the shop".
Obviously, you've never owned a Hyundai...
That looks like something I would not be surprised a college student on scholarship from a humble backround would be driving.
It's the other eight $50,000 cars that throw me off.
I can most definitely say this has been the best Memorial Day ever. On top of celebrating those that have risked their life for our freedom, we also get to kick the sweater vest out the door. I would be very surprised if there isn't much more fallout from this still to come. It just keeps getting better and better!
Keep serving it up. I may go best with some fava beans and a nice little Chianti.
Perhaps the Boren family could serve the dessert, their favorite little family pie.
Boren was not drafted, remains unsigned, holds a tarnished scrap of paper from a diploma mill and the snowplowing season is six months away. Those are just desserts I say.
- has there been any investigation into how the Boren transfer and then his brother's recruitment transpired? Are they driving new plows? Does Auto Direct "sell" F150's with plow equipment?