Another Pryor Speaking Blunder?

Submitted by Ziff72 on June 29th, 2011 at 9:47 AM

Last nights Gruden-Pryor teaser had Gruden egging Pryor on about OSU traditions and he talked about The Game.  Gruden went on for bit about the Shaw shoulder bump in the tunnel.  At the very end Gruden asked him about singing Carmen Ohio at the end of the game.  Pryor admitted he wasn't really singing it and before they cut back to Sportscenter he appeared to say he forgot the words to it.   This should put the Buckeye fans back on tilt.

I'll put a disclaimer that people can do great things with editing so it may not be true, but this is still going to be great.

Comments

Cigarro Cubano

June 29th, 2011 at 9:53 AM ^

Lol.   Reminds me of Milli Vanilli,  at tsio they teach us how to lip sing.

Pryor is about as dumb as a wall.   He forgets the song , but does know how to find ways to pay for tats !...

 

 

profitgoblue

June 29th, 2011 at 11:20 AM ^

I heard the other day about a legal decision that was passed down based on the fact that an email was "signed" by the sender.  A binding contract was found to exist because the "- name" was found to be an e-signature.  The result of the decision is that everyone should stop "signing" your emails and posts.

EDIT:  Yes, this is "offtopic" but I just gave you all a piece of free advice so you should be thanking me instead of reprimanding me.

 

 

Mr Mackey

June 29th, 2011 at 10:00 AM ^

I agree.. I was excited that he said something like "everyone murders people" but this isn't bad at all. I don't think Buckeyes will really care that he didn't know it. I'm sure most of the Michigan players don't know our alma mater. I would sure hope they all know the Victors though..

Ziff72

June 29th, 2011 at 10:08 AM ^

It's not a big deal to normal people, but come on their Buckeyes.  They forced Herbstreit to leave his home, because he dared to find fault in the Buckeyes.  They are not going to like this.   Pryor has already spit on their painted faces.   This is a slap to their tradition.

Remember when we accidentaly gave out the #1 jersey?   Fans are nuts and Buckeyes are the worst.  If this is true, while I think this is minor I predict on Friday that this is a national story and will make the talk radio rounds and PTI and the like.

 

ImSoBlue

June 29th, 2011 at 10:48 AM ^

Expect to hear that this is consistant with a guy who would sell the gold pants, etc.  Blah, blah, blah.  Kid is a loser.

I would like to think that he would have been different if he came here, that he would not have been coddled, that he would take responsibility, but since he displays traits of Narcissistic personality disorder:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_personality_disorder

some causes

  • Being praised for perceived exceptional looks or talents by adults
  • Excessive admiration that is never balanced with realistic feedback
  • Excessive praise for good behaviors or excessive criticism for poor behaviors in childhood
  • Overindulgence and overvaluation by parents

I think he may have been trouble here as well.  The difference being that RR probably survives.

 

Canada loves S…

June 29th, 2011 at 2:30 PM ^

Hey Triangle, not to get picky but Narcissistic Personality Disorder is still in the most recent DSM.  (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual). (one of the few authoratative texts for us shrinks)   It's been proposed to be removed from the DSM 5.

rederik

June 29th, 2011 at 1:32 PM ^

I think you meant to say "Come on, they're buckeyes."

"Come on their buckeyes" could come across as something much more graphic and distasteful.

 

"Grammar Police: To correct and annoy."

Bobby Boucher

June 29th, 2011 at 10:06 AM ^

That guy is media "gold".  I say they give him his own talk show and see how much stupid shit and self-incriminating comments he can come up with in an hour of prime-time tv.  OSU pride would never recover.

Mr Mackey

June 29th, 2011 at 11:39 AM ^

Why should I be able to tell? You quote someone, then comment on the quote, saying truer words have never been spoken. You then say "my man, RIP" which means that RIP is a part of the preceding sentence (commas don't end sentences). So you are talking to the man who made the quote you are commenting on (Akon), and saying RIP.

If the "my man" isn't about Akon, then that would mean the previous sentence ("Truer words have never been spoken") is also not about Akon. That would make absolutely no sense, as there are no other "words" you could possibly be referencing.