PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
It'll be interesting to hear ESPN's spin on this. "Nobody except reps from the CFL and a local Pop Warner team showed up to watch Pryor, the disgraced, murderous, QB from Ohio State" They've been wearing him out with how poorly he is thought of by NFL "insiders", like that helmet-haired, half-wit of theirs.
So, ol' dude clocked an unofficial 4.41 at 6-5/230? That won't hurt his chances.
yeah, but he's slow because he's from the Big 10...
Maybe slow enough to play WR in the NFL.
What happened to 4.33 lolz...4.41 still blazing.
Ohio State has a fast track.
I don't think he was at OSU's track or facilities.......
Banned from ATO since June 3rd 2PMish PST
Yeah, I know, he was up in Pittsburg. My comment was in reference to the 4.33 comment.
Many, including TP, are saying 4.36
Not an ounce of fat on him. Good gosh
His body is a wonderland
Still bitter, but I feel robbed and I'm pretty sure I'll feel the same come late January.
All week long, Meyer preached to his team that he wouldn't pity Buffalo (4--8 in 2012). "I didn't schedule this game," he insisted. "I'm not going to feel bad for them."
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