Reports Say Terrelle Pryor's Played His Last Ohio State Game

Alex FergusonSenior Analyst IIMay 30, 2011

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 04:  Quarterback Terrelle Pryor #2 of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks to run against the Arkansas Razorbacks during the Allstate Sugar Bowl at the Louisiana Superdome on January 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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As if things couldn't get any worse for Ohio State Buckeyes fans. After 'The Tress Mess,' apparently Terrelle Pryor is under investigation by the NCAA over whether the star quarterback received cars and other benefits, according to a report by the Columbus Post-Dispatch.

Ohio State blogs, already hammered by the resignation of their sweater-vested hero, are saying that Pryor—who was one of the players banned for the first five games of the 2011 season after selling championship memorabilia to a tattoo parlor—has played his last game in an Ohio State uniform.

While the loss of Tressel will hurt the program, the loss of Pryor will crush it for the 2011 season, considering what he's given the Buckeyes over the last few seasons.

Of course, Penn State fans—who lost out in the Terrelle Pryor recruiting derby—must be silently thanking their Blue and White Gods that he did not opt for Happy Valley. One actually tweeted: "Thank God for Darryl Clark."

By Eleven Warriors' piece, Ohio State is crapping itself about a piece from Sports Illustrated, due later this evening.

The red bloodbath continues.

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