What Will Ohio State Coach Jim Tressel Do with Freshman Terrelle Pryor?

Jacob WalkerCorrespondent IAugust 2, 2008

This year, Ohio State picked up the highest recruited quarterback from high school, Terrelle Pryor.

Terrelle had an outstanding high school career, in which he compiled 4,000 yards rushing and 4,000 yards passing.

As every Buckeye fan, knows Todd Boeckman led the Buckeyes to their second National Championship game, only to get blown out again.

During that year, Boeckman was good but inconsistent; sometimes he made key mistakes in big games.

Pryor won't take Boeckman's job as the starter, because I believe Tressel is going to try to use the two-quarterback system Florida used when they beat Ohio State two years ago.

If the Buckeyes use the two-quarterback system, they have a great chance of going back to the National Championship game but this time winning it with the versatility of the two-quarterback system. 

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