COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor didn't put up the type of big numbers that Buckeye fans were starting to get used to on Saturday afternoon but in retrospect he really didn't need them. Pryor went 8-13 for 139 yards and two touchdowns via the air in Ohio State's 38-14 win over Penn State.
But Even with what people might deem as a high completion percentage it was not a great game for Pryor with a bad interception in the Red Zone and a couple of passes that he might like to have back. But Pryor did seem to be a determined runner as well with nine carries for 49 yards with a couple coming at key times to move the chains.
The Bucks are still locked in a 3-way race for the Big Ten title and while the odds of winning the league outright continue to shrink the Buckeyes can still get a share of the title by winning out. And in order to do that the junior signal caller knows that he is going to need to make better decisions and push forward.
We caught up with Pryor after the game to get his thoughts on what went down and what to look at moving ahead.