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#15 : July 21, 2008, 07:40:36 PM

Pryor was smart to NOT pick Michigan. Going there, yes would've put him in a situation to inflate his stats and get him all the heisman hype. But then would come the questions that he played in a offense that made him look better than he really is and product of the system. At OSU he wont have those question marks.

worst argument Ive heard. Pryor the player fits better at Michigan or Oregon. Hes going to have to answer those questions if he has an opportunity in the NFL no matter what. And no stat is inflated. Every player gets the stats deservingly.

At OSU he will have questions if he doesnt live up to the hype... like hmm maybe he should have went to an offense that fits him. Theres 2 sides to every coin.


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#16 : July 22, 2008, 08:52:19 AM

Pryor was smart to NOT pick Michigan. Going there, yes would've put him in a situation to inflate his stats and get him all the heisman hype. But then would come the questions that he played in a offense that made him look better than he really is and product of the system. At OSU he wont have those question marks.


Troy Smith would probably argue that.� The guys numbers were outstanding and look where he got drafted.�
Smith was draft low because of his size and the national championship game performance. So whats your point?

If the point isn't obvious - I'm not sure it's worthy of debating.  "At OSU he wont have those question marks." My point was:  Question marks like Troy Smith?


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