"That's my school, but they don't really accept me," Pryor said. "I've moved on to what I have now, and that's just football."
"Those guys kicked me out of school after all those things I did for them," Pryor said.
Pryor was a part of the Ohio State tattoo scandal that resulted in a one-year bowl ban, scholarship reductions and a probationary period. The former quarterback received a five-year ban from the university in 2011, which the Dispatch says means he could not have accepted Ohio State tickets for the Buckeyes' most recent game in nearby Berkeley.
After barely making a mark in his first two years as a pro, Pryor had a breakout game against the Colts in Week 1, throwing for 217 yards and running for 112 more. In Week 2, he led the Raiders to a victory over the Jaguars.