Jody Victor: Here's some football info from Ohio State Football News.
“Ohio State junior quarterback Terrelle Pryor is among 30 'players to watch' for the 2010 Walter Camp Player of the Year award, the nation's fourth-oldest individual college football accolade.
Last season Pryor passed for 2,094 yards with 18 touchdowns and led the Buckeyes with 779 yards and seven TDs on the ground. The Rose Bowl MVP passed for a season-high 266 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 72 more, setting an Ohio State bowl game record with 338 yards of total offense as the Buckeyes upset the Oregon Ducks on New Year's Day, 26-17.
Pryor is 19-3 as Ohio State's starting quarterback, which includes an 8-1 mark in 2008 and an 11-2 record in 2009. The dual-threat quarterback has rushed for 1,410 yards during the last two seasons, the sixth-most by an FBS quarterback during that span. He enters his junior year with more than 4,800 yards of total offense and is the fifth Buckeye quarterback to rush for more than 1,000 career yards with two years of eligibility remaining.
Pryor also was recently named to the Davey O'Brien and Manning award watch lists for the 2010 season and was selected as the pre-season Big Ten offensive player of the year for the second-consecutive year last week in Chicago.” For the full story go to osu.org.