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Re: OSU vs Ohio U Official "game" thread

Unread postby FUDU » Sun Sep 19, 2010 10:01 am

First Buckeye game I have seen less than 30 minutes of since 2001, so tell me were Pryor's INT meaningless screwing around type of throws or were they poor decisions, or great plays by the opposition etc?
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Re: OSU vs Ohio U Official "game" thread

Unread postby peeker643 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 10:02 am

FUDU wrote:First Buckeye game I have seen less than 30 minutes of since 2001, so tell me were Pryor's INT meaningless screwing around type of throws or were they poor decisions, or great plays by the opposition etc?


First one was at end of half into end zone. Bad throw, took points of the board of what was already a 34-0 lead so IMO it wasn't a big deal.

2nd one was forced into coverage and was truly a bad throw.
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Re: OSU vs Ohio U Official "game" thread

Unread postby motherscratcher » Sun Sep 19, 2010 10:41 am

What Peeker said. The INTs were bad decisions. I've come to accept that TP is going to make a few bad decisions trying to force things a few times every game. That's just what he does, and wishing he wouldn't isn't going to change anything.

More than the INT's I was concerned about the accuracy. He's still not great on short/mid range throws. I know, I know...16 completions in a row. I know I'm picking nits. I know he was better than last week. It just seems like, even though he was completing a lot of throws, very few of them were "right there."

They mostly seemed to be a little behind, a little high, a little low for the receivers. I feel like a bit of an asshole bringing it up after a game when we annihilated the opposition and Pryor completed such a high percentage, but we're in Cleveland. We have to bitch about something, right?
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