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Two Things About Terrelle Pryor

Two items caught my attention in this USA Today story about Terrelle Pryor. First, recruiting analyst Tom Lemming has an excellent point about the hype surrounding Pryor, saying that "ven though he's a unique player, in everybody's mind he becomes even better because people are giving him publicity." Second, comes this statement: "Like any high school quarterback, there's no guarantee Pryor will become a star in college, but his signing is important because a great recruiting class can sell tickets." Are you kidding? Guess Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan will have plenty of tickets for sale - below face value, no doubt, sorry scalpers - if they don't get Pryor.

By Josh Barr  | February 6, 2008; 1:14 PM ET
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Yeah, I live in Ohio and to say OSU - which has played in the last two national title games - needs a HS kid to sell tickets is laughable.
Heck, the Buckeyes fill all 100,000 seats when they're 6-6, much less the run they've been the last six years.

Posted by: McBride | February 6, 2008 2:31 PM | Report abuse

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