It takes 60 minutes to win a ball game, but it took one drive for Ohio State to firmly assert…
Thoughts To Bank On: Indiana
Ohio State's assault on the Big Ten continued Saturday in Bloomington with a 33-14 win over Indiana. The Buckeyes were solid in most facets of the game, and there were several outstanding individual performers. QUARTERBACK: It's broken record time again, but Terrelle Pryor is not Colt McCoy or Sam Bradford, and never will be. You won't see games of 75 percent completions, or 375-yard performances.. Terrelle Pryor is about first downs and touchdowns, and in that area he is getting better. The total throwing game is a work in progress for Pryor. He threw a lot of great balls against Indiana, throws he could not make last year or against USC. The touchdown to DeVier Posey was a thing of beauty, looking off the safety and hitting him perfectly in stride. The interception at the end was a terrible throw. This process is all about mechanics and that doesn't get better over night, but it is getting there. He needs to be more protective of the football in traffic but the end result is...
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