Terrelle Pryor Thursday Night After Practice

Terrelle Pryor Thursday Night After Practice

Terrelle Pryor Fastest Quarterback

Terrelle Pryor Thursday Night After Practice

Terrelle Pryor answered the media’s questions after practice on Thursday where he covered a  number of topics. He discussed being compared to Vince Young, the receiving corps at Ohio State this fall, and the first game on the Buckeyes schedule when the season begins.

By Steve Patterson

Terrelle Pryor wants to play Terrelle Pryor’s game and do the best job he can for Ohio State. He isn’t trying to be someone that he is not. He doesn’t strive to be Vince Young because he’s not Vince Young. That was the sentiment of the sophomore quarterback when asked how he feels about comparisons to the great University of Texas quarterback.

He mentions Taurian Washington who he refers to as ‘T Wash’ as one of the guys making some good catches in fall camp. He feels Washington showed us what he can do in the Spring Game. Ray Small, DeVier Posey and Lamaar Thomas are other players that Pryor sees making a difference this year.

Pryor also discussed the Navy game as he feels midshipmen have a pretty good defense and offense. He appreciates what the service men do for our nation and believes that service translates into being tough on the football field. The game will take place on September 5th in Columbus at noon. Coverage will be provided by ESPN with Ohio State having a 22.5 point favor by the odds makers.

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