Who’s your QB?

Who’s your QB?

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Who’s your QB?

We got to see a good deal of Terrell Pryor Saturday night.  Todd Boeckman showed us all of his worst qualities; his blazing snail-like speed, his poor decision making (Really, throwing into triple coverage?  This isn’t YSU, Todd.) and the level headedness of an overactive Tasmanian devil. 

By Pete Quint

Pryor over Boeckman

These traits are not what Buckeye fans want to see out of their quarterback let alone their fifth year starting quarterback.  Pryor looked poised and executed his plays with efficiency.  Even though he was far from perfect, Pryor looked ready to take the reigns and lead the Buckeyes down the field.  Understand that the coaching staff simplified the play calling while he was in but he still looked good.

Start the Future

The question is this; Terrell Pryor is the future of the Ohio State football program (at least for the next three years).  When do you give him the ball and say “Go get ‘em kid!”  I say the sooner the better.  Troy is coming up and it would be a great opportunity for the coaching staff to throw the playbook at Terrell and see what happens.  Even if he makes some mistakes the Buckeyes will still win the game and Pryor will have a solid game with the entire playbook. 

I don’t like bad mouthing players, it gives me a sick feeling in my stomach but I just don’t think Todd is a gamer.  If it’s a weak opponent he shines but in the big ones he folds.  Is Terrell a gamer?  I don’t know but now’s the time to start seasoning him so that when it counts, the Bucks don’t get run off the field again like they did on Saturday.

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Jan 1st Rose Bowl v Washington
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Sep. 1 Oregon State Beavers
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Sep. 8 Rutgers Scarlet Knights
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Sep. 15 at TCU Horned Frogs
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