Ohio State: Terrelle Pryor Working For a Healthy Spring, and Other Buckeye Bits

Posted by Tim Bielik on March-23-2010 Add Comments

One of the worst-kept secrets in college football is the health of Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor following extensive knee surgery in February.

But in a recent interview , OSU coach Jim Tressel said that Pryor should be back to 100 percent in time for Spring practices in early April.

Pryor admitted days before the Rose Bowl he was playing with a partially-torn PCL ligament in his left knee.

But his knee scope revealed he had more issues with the knee than initially thought.

That did not stop him from turning in a Rose Bowl MVP-caliber performance of 266 passing yards and two TDs against Oregon.

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