FROM NECESSARY ROUGHNESS
Terrelle Pryor has definately been struggling and its weighing on his team and his coach. Some are even saying Tressel shoul drop his playcalling duties in order for someone else on the staff to make better use of Pryor's skill set, which is his mobility.
His passing game obviously needs work, and his teammates seem to agree that it can't get much worse!
According to SI.com, receiver DeVier Posey, who has become one of Pryor's favorite targets, made the case that too much is expected of Pryor, who turned the ball over four times in the Buckeyes' shocking 26-18 loss at two-touchdown underdog Purdue last week.
Posey said that all eyes were on the acclaimed quarterback from the time he set foot on campus.
"From his first pass, (people said) he's really not that good. But I really feel that's kind of hard for a guy like that, you know what I mean? There's only one Tim Tebow in this world and I don't really know what people want from (Pryor)," Posey said. "He's going to get better. He really can't do much worse."
Wonder what that type of comment will do to the psyche of the sophomore quarterback!