Terrelle Pryor ended up having the time of his life at the annual scrimmage at Ohio stadium. Saturday's event ended up being a happy homecoming for Ohio State's former quarterback.
Pryor exhibited some superior athletic abilities when he returned to the stadium where he ruled in his college years from 2008-2010. Pryor impressively caught six passes, two of which were touchdown passes from Josh McCown and Robert Griffin III.
The fans certainly thought Pryor's game play was great. At one point, he led the audience in a robust O-H-I-O cheer after he completed a magnificent 75-yard streak of touchdowns.
The game play that he exhibited during this scrimmage reminded everyone of how he used to play before the five-year ban from campus.
Pryor commented on his experience after the game by stating that it was "electric."
Pryor went on to say that football is the same no matter where he goes. He said that both sets of fans were amazing but that he did not hear anything when he was in between the lines. He was focused on plowing through everyone who was trying to stop him from succeeding.
Hue Jackson is delighted with Pryor's performance and said that he was glad to see him back after an annoying injury to his hamstring.
Coach Jackson went on to praise Pryor and other athletes who have worked through their pain to get back into the game. Griffin raved about Pryor by saying that he loved the progress he saw Pryor make.
Terrelle Pryor has big day at Ohio State in Orange and Brown Scrimmage