i forgot the guy plays bball.. he will prob go to Ohio State
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I wonder how Todd beockam is gonna like this. Isn't he only a sophomore. Pryor will start probably imediately
beockman is a senior if i'm correct and they have said all along they will do something similar with what tebow did at florida and teach him the offense over the course of the season and he will then take it over his sophmore year .... pryor has also said that he wouldn't mind to settle in and learn the offense instead of it being throwin at him like i would have if he had gone to michigan ....
I bet Pryor won't start... Choosing OSU over Michigan will be the biggest mistake he ever made. If OSU gets another good RB Tyrell will be handing it off 30-40 times a game...
He was perfectly suited to Michigan's offense, but he said he doesn't care if he plays right away. BTW, Boeckman is going to be a senior. Pryor will probably play like the Virginia Tech freshman qb Tyrod Taylor, who split time w/ Sean Glennon. He was a good change of pace, but still needed to learn the intricacies of the offense.
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