Terrelle Pryor has played his last down as quarterback of the Ohio St. Buckeyes, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Doug Lesmerises. Whether he'll head into the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft remains to be seen, though you'd have to assume that's his next move. Either that or transferring to Michigan. Or Auburn! This will be fun!
Pryor would leave Ohio State tangled up in multiple controversies, both of which have prominently involved him. He played in the 2011 Sugar Bowl against Arkansas despite being suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season due to the program's tattoos-for-memorabilia scandal, and as of late has also become the biggest target in the investigation of Columbus' supposedly scandalous car ring.
His exit would not be a surprise at all, with half a season already removed from his Ohio State future, the exit of the coach who recruited him and general NCAA mayhem looming around the program. Stay tuned.
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