I am a realist. There is no doubt in my mind that Terrelle Pryor will be a better all around quarterback this year, both running the ball and throwing. His freshman year was nothing short of stellar so he can only get better from where he was. My thinking is somewhat simple: Greg Robinson spent one season on the Texas staff during Vince Young's tenure. He was able to watch and analyze how Young moved, how he played, and how he tore apart certain defenses. Robinson was also able to see what defenses worked against Young and which didn't. To me, Young in college and Pryor are similar in their style of play: both are run first quarterbacks that need to work on their passing ability. With that being said, with watching Vince Young for a year, will that help in planning the attack to stop Terrelle?
In my opinion it does. While OSU and Texas run different offenses, they are still similar in the fact they want to utilize their quarterbacks and create mismatches with their linebackers. This could carry over in to stop the OSU offense. What are your thoughts?