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September 18, 2010
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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Breaking a long time Ohio State passing record is not enough for Terrelle Pryor who demands perfection out of himself. Then again it seems fans expectations are just as lofty. Pryor's stretch of 16 consecutive pass completions will be a nice footnote in the history books but his two interceptions in the game are what he will take away from Ohio State's 43-7 win over Ohio University.
All-in-all the stats show that the Buckeyes had a good day however. The team was 7-for-7 in the red zone, the defense still held a plus-three turnover advantage (interceptions withstanding) and tight end Jake Stoneburner caught five passes much to the dismay of the majority of the Ohio State nation.
Pryor gave all the credit to his teammates around him after the game on Saturday but did he come a long way in the public perception (outside of Columbus) as being a passer or was it a case of Ohio University being in that much disarray to give Pryor ample opportunity?
We caught up with Terrelle after the game in the post game interview session and asked a variety of questions and caught what he had to say about his own game in this HD video update from the BuckeyeGrove.com Film Vault.
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