After threatening to bench self, Pryor buries Michigan State
EAST LANSING, Mich. -- After a couple of sluggish performances, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor sought out his head coach Friday at the school's football complex.
On the eve of his biggest collegiate start, on the road against No. 20 Michigan State, he didn't want what most freshmen would want in a time of doubt. He didn't want sympathy, stroking or a Lifesaver. Quite the opposite.
Pryor's message to Jim Tressel: "If I don't take us down the field first drive, second drive, ...
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