Terrelle Pryor Presser at 2pm Today

Submitted by winterblue75 on June 14th, 2011 at 12:39 PM

on ESPN at 2pm. Should be interesting to say the least. Maybe?



June 14th, 2011 at 12:42 PM ^

About what?

What could this kid say that is going to help his cause or help "his" university.

"I did nothing wrong" - nope

"It was all me and coach knew nothing" - nope

"I have a lot of love and pride for OSU and don't want to be a negative" - nope 

Shut up and start working out for a mid-round pick in the supplemental draft as a TE/QB project.


June 14th, 2011 at 12:55 PM ^

He will say how much he loved being a Buckeye, blah, blah blah.  He will say nothing about the investigations and that he is moving on with his life.  This is the first step in the stonewall.  For all the criticism, the stonewall strategy worked for Reggie Bush.  If Reggie hadn't stiffed the guy who wanted to be his agent/manager, the strategy would have worked for USC as well. 

However, I wouldn't underestimate Pryor's ability to screw this up.  It is amazing that the first move by a guy who wants to start to rehab his image and reputation is to hire the biggest jerk in the agent business. 


June 14th, 2011 at 12:57 PM ^

"I was thinking about not breaking any rules, but my room looks so damn good with that new 40-inch flatscreen."
<br>"Don't you worry about me, I have enough money for the best lawyers this country has to offer."
<br>"Alright catch you later, I'm on my way to the strip club to make it rain on some bitches."

Six Zero

June 14th, 2011 at 12:59 PM ^

Unless of course, you're a Michigan football fan who has waited a decade for this insatiable and endless deluge of schadenfreude to befall the utter pit of Hell known as Columbus Ohio.

If so, then this might be your daily dose of tsio fail.  I say popcorn-- no, CHEESE POPCORN-- for everyone.


June 14th, 2011 at 12:58 PM ^

One with a dollar sign, one with a tat, one with a car.  He will put on all three at the same time and smile his winsome smile. 


June 14th, 2011 at 1:07 PM ^

Does anyone else think it's possible that Rosenhaus said, "The only way you're ever going to do ANYTHING on the pro level is if you take responsibility for the shit you pulled in college and work to move past it?" If there's anyone who can take him down a peg, it's someone who sleeps on beds made of more money than Pryor has ever seen.


Anyone? No? Maybe a little optimistic?

Ok then...


June 14th, 2011 at 1:34 PM ^

In an ideal world, Pryor would say something like this:

"I have decided to cooperate fully with the NCAA.  My new agent has made me see that my personal integrity is very important.  I can't divulge all of the details here, but the media hasn't even uncovered ten percent of what is going on in Columbus.  I look forward to helping the NCAA take care of the dirtiest program in college football."

Instead, he will say something like this:

"I am looking forward to playing in the NFL and will work as hard as I can to get there.  I enjoyed my career at THE Ohio State University, but I cannot answer any questions about college football at this time.  Thanks to my fans for all of their support."