COLUMBUS, Ohio -Saturday's game against Miami will not go down in the record books as a perfect example of offensive efficiency for the Buckeyes. The Buckeyes made nine trips into the red zone and while they did score on seven of those trips the team managed only to punch it into the end zone three times.
Ohio State signal caller Terrelle Pryor knew that his game against the Canes would be a tough one and Pryor admitted that he had the bumps and bruises post game to prove that was the case as his Buckeyes dispatched of the Hurricanes 36-24. But even with a big double digit win not everything went according to plan.
Pryor's stat line was good but not great going 12-27 via the air for 233 yards and a touchdown and then leading the team in rushing with 113 (net) yards on 20 carries. And while the opponents get easier for the next couple of weeks (on paper) there is not let up in Pryor or the rest of the Buckeyes, at least if the team wants to accomplish the goals that it set at the start of the season.
We caught up with Pryor after the game to get his thoughts not only on his own performance but how the team played and his friendship with Miami quarterback Jacory Harris.