Mistakes on Offense Dooms Outstanding Effort By Buckeye Defense

Posted by Tom Grant on September-13-2009 Add Comments

Coming into the rematch of Ohio State and USC, many questioned how much the youth of Matt Barkley would affect the game, but few questioned the youth of Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. And as it always does, the ignored factor loomed large in this game.

Buckeye fans had been treated to stories galore about Pryor's improved throwing motion, accuracy, and pocket presence, and at the start of the game it was on full display as the Trojans seemed content to let Pryor throw.

Pryor stood tall in the pocket, stepped into his throws, and despite an early interception, he completed several big passes to set up the early Ohio State scores.

The Ohio State defense play an absolutely amazing game, completely shutting U...

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