Have you been struggling to imagine former Ohio State standout Terrelle Pryor as anything other than a quarterback? Well, don’t worry: He has been too. After being picked up on waivers by the Browns early last week, Pryor is coming around to the idea of moving into a wide receiver role. “I’m going to give this
Note: Apologies for the buzzing sound on my mic. To download the podcast directly, here’s a link to the MP3 file Andrew was available to chat today and I have been itching to crack a mic on all the things that we seem to be talking about, that in my estimation aren’t worth talking about.
It’s been a week I guess. I’ve been way too busy and way too sparse with the sports takes. Trying to solve that today… While We’re Waiting… Losing my motivation to talk about silly things and the Browns are doing kind of normal things… Maybe I’m getting old and crotchety, but I just can’t bring
When I was a sophomore in high school, I was not a good chemistry student. I imagine I wouldn’t be any better now, but I was particularly not good then, and that’s when I was being graded on it. Fifteen turned out to be a rough year, what with the acne and the unpredictable distribution of
Ohio State Buckeyes always make for the best (worst?) Cleveland Browns rumors in the draft and in free agency. Now, a prominent former Buckeye is apparently coming to the Cleveland Browns according to Pro Football Talk’s Twitter page. The Cleveland Browns put in a waiver claim on Terrelle Pryor and they’ve been granted rights to
Sports Illustrated’s Jim Trotter has a piece out today on Terelle Pryor. Among many things discussed was the circumstances that led to Pryor’s suspension at OSU and the season he had last year in Oakland sitting on the bench. “It was humbling,” he said. “A mistake I made when I was a freshman by selling
Obviously it isn’t a weird cosmic connection where history repeats itself and Joe Bauserman is Todd Boeckman and Braxton Miller is Terrelle Pryor. On the surface it seems rather convenient that way, though. In 2008 the Buckeyes started Boeckman and played Pryor in the first two games of the season against Youngstown State and Ohio.
Terrelle Pryor’s draft rights are officially those of the Oakland Raiders. Using a third-round selection, the Raiders have opted to add Pryor to their notorious arsenal of athletes. Leaving the Ohio State University after being at the center of a slew of allegations surround personal property that was sold to a tattoo artist-turned-tax evader, Pryor will
Put this one in the ‘didn’t see that coming’ category. Former Buckeye QB Terrelle Pryor, who had been waiting on a decision from the NFL regarding his status for the supplemental draft, was informed that he will be allowed to enter that draft (to be held on Monday) but that he wouldn’t be allowed to
Once again the Pryor to the Browns rumors are swirling. The NFL has scheduled a supplemental draft for August 17th, assuming there are any players that qualify. Terrelle Pryor would like to qualify, but no determination has been made in his case. He has scheduled a pro day for this Friday, and the Browns are
This morning, ESPN’s Tom Farrey and Outside the Lines updated their reporting on the great Ohio State memorabilia scandal of 2011. The report focuses on the the market for NCAA athlete signed memorabilia. It paints the OSU autograph seekers as particularly intense and aggressive. It also claims “Ohio State ceded the marketplace inviting fans to
If the NFL rules that former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is ineligible for a supplemental 2011 Draft, he may have former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar to blame. Per the National Football League’s rulebook dedicated to players entering the league post-draft, it appears that Pryor’s well-documented situation may not fall within the guidelines set
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at email@example.com Potential Tribe All-Stars: “After Cabrera it gets a little dicey in figuring out who may also represent the Tribe in the Midsummer Classic. The
I never thought I would seriously have to address this. Then ESPN’s James Walker wrote a piece about it. And Fox Sports Ohio’s Zac Jackson tweets about the piece and calls it ‘interesting’. Then I find myself getting asked questions through twitter about the suggestion. So here I am. The headline from the Walker piece?
One of the strangest parts about the events of the last few weeks with Jim Tressel and Terrelle Pryor is that neither one will actually be around for the NCAA ruling. It still seems backwards to me that media scrutiny over a set of rules that are stricter than the criminal laws in the state
Maurice Clarett had an exceptionally interesting interview with Dan Patrick this morning. The former Ohio State Buckeyes runner-turned-prisoner-turned-UFL-er has a lot of experience with the sometimes problematic culture surrounding NCAA football. There were more than a couple of revelations delivered during the fifteen minute conversation. When talking about Ohio State’s problems, Clarett didn’t really blame
Yesterday, Terrelle Pryor announced he would not be back for his senior season at Ohio State. Actually, his attorney announced it. Which was probably a smart move. Terrelle hasn’t always been the best in front of the microphone. The reason he gave- “it is in the best interest of my teammates”. Boy what a team
If the landscape of Ohio State football wasn’t going to be different enough with Jim Tressel gone from the sidelines, then how about the exit of what could be the highest profile recruit in Ohio State history? Terrelle Pryor is forgoing his senior season. According to Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Pryor is
The “he” that Terrelle Pryor’s attorney Larry James is referring to is Terrelle Pryor. These soulless “people” standing around this hypothetical pond, unwilling to get their Mitch Buchanan on as Pryor theoretically struggles to swim out, are Ohio State fans according to James. Larry James went on to tell the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Saturday that his client has had a pretty rough go of it
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rough outing for Sipp, Tribe falls 11-2: “With one out and two runners onboard, and Cleveland trailing by only one run, it was the