This former Buckeyes quarterback knows a thing or two about switching to wide receiver, and he offered up advice to Braxton Miller about it.
Terrelle Pryor believes he can be an NFL wide receiver. The Browns are giving him a chance to catch on with them. Pryor, who has made 10 pro starts at quarterback, was awarded on waivers to Cleveland on Monday and the Browns intend to give him a shot at making their roster as a wideout. The former Ohio State star recently announced his intentions to switch positions to prolong...
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June 22, 2015 | Discuss
So, Ohio State is going to play the 2014 season with a new starting quarterback despite starting an underclassman the previous season. This might seem unusual, but it has happened for the Buckeyes what seems like a rather remarkable five times in the past 50 years. The reasons have varied but don’t include the previous season’s starter going pro (at least not for positive reasons...
The Ohio State football program is roughly three years removed from “Tattoo-Gate,” the NCAA scandal that rocked the college sports world in 2011, eventually leading to Jim Tressell and E. Gordon Gee’s resignation and the departure of star quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Cleveland.com’s Doug Lesmerises is doing a series of stories on the subject, “giving voice to those involved...
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