Pryor has sounded off about the Cam Newton situation:
"I think that's baloney. The way the kid's playing, he's playing well, leading the nation in total touchdowns. If he wouldn't be doing that, would anybody have said anything, whether the allegations are true or not?" Pryor said. "That's going to be the story. Let kids be kids. They're young men trying to play; we're young men trying to play. We're just trying to have fun. Whether the allegations are true or not, they wouldn't have come out -- I don't care what anybody says -- if he wasn't doing well. Why would you try to bring somebody down?"
Pryor was asked if he would change his opinion if it was proven Newton had accepted money to play for Auburn.
"I guess that would be a problem if he was taking it now," Pryor said. "If he's taking it at Auburn now, 'Come on, Cam, that's a problem.' My two cents is, we should just let the young man play. All this nonsense is uncalled for."
Let kids be kids...