Ohio State must figure out how to utilize Pryor's athletic gifts
Perhaps it's fitting Ohio State quarterback
I realize I'm the same person who wrote after the Ohio State spring game that
Of course, we shouldn't heap all the blame on Pryor. After Ohio State lost to USC in Week 2, Smart Football's
Ohio State's best play Saturday may have been the two-point conversion after the Posey touchdown. Pryor bootlegged and simply outran the Boilermakers to the pylon. Given the talent gap between the two teams, it stands to reason Ohio State could have dialed up similar plays quite a bit more throughout the game and come away with more than 13 first downs. But as long as Tressel insists on turning Pryor into
I wonder if Pryor regrets turning down
With the exception of Cincinnati coach
Pryor may not be the ideal quarterback, but he's still more talented than 99 percent of the players in America. Ohio State coaches need to stop trying to force him to be something he's not and embrace what he is. If they do that, they'll find their jobs, and Ohio State's games, a lot easier.