After being snubbed by the Big Ten Media and coaches for conference honors this year, Terrelle Pryor was upset. The first and second all Big-Ten teams did not include the Ohio State quarterback, and following the announcement, he tweeted his frustrations, "Damn I must be the worst Qb/ player. I might quit football."
When college football's regular season ends, the award ceremonies begin. With other standout quarterbacks like Cam Newton and Denard Robinson garnering a ton of national interest, Pryor feels left out. He recently talked about the matter:
"I'll put it like this: You put me in any of their offenses, any of them, and I'd dominate," He later added "I'd dominate the nation. What those guys do, that's what they're supposed to do in their offense. They carry the ball 30 times a game. I carry the ball maybe five times. There are times I didn't even run the ball in a game. You put me in any of their offenses, where I can run the ball and have a choice to throw, I would dominate college football."
But he doesn't. Pryor chose Ohio State because he didn't want to play in a system-offense. He wanted to learn the quarterback position and take the next step toward becoming an NFL quarterback. Because of that desire, he chose to play at Ohio State over Michigan and Oregon. And because of his choice to play at Ohio State, he doesn't get the statistics he would if he had picked the Wolverines or the Ducks. Fortunately for Buckeye fans, Pryor know's what's really important:
"People get into the statistical thing, and at the end of the day, what's the statistic that really matters?" Pryor said.
30-4. That's Pryor's career record at Ohio State. Those are the only numbers that matter.
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