The Ohio State football program has been sent through the wringer in recent weeks, and with the departure of head coach Jim Tressel, the makeup of the Buckeye roster isn't quite certain heading into the 2011-12 season. According to to Terrelle Pryor's godfather, however, the quarterback is likely to stay at Ohio State for his senior season. From the Associated Press:
"I think he will stay in school," [Pryors' godfather Willie] Burns said. "He likes football. Only time will tell. He could change his mind in a minute.
"But he if he does leave, somebody done pressured his butt - bad."
A quick departure from the land of ill-gotten automobiles to visit the issue from a football perspective: last season, Pryor completed 210 of 323 passing attempts for 2,772 yards, throwing 27 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He also ran the ball 135 times for 754 yards, good for an average of 5.6 yards per carry.