You knew it was just a matter of time. But you also knew that when you’re dealing with Terrelle Pryor, anything is possible.
Terrelle Pryor announced through his attorney Tuesday that he will not play again for Ohio State.
“In the best interest of my teammates, I have made the decision to forgo my senior year of football at The Ohio State University,” Pryor said in statement released by Larry James.
James said Pryor would evaluate his options about his final year of eligibility.
“I think he’s going to take the next couple of days to come to grips with all of this,” James told USA TODAY. “Obviously, he would like (to be drafted in the NFL’s supplemental draft) to happen, but right now, it is, ‘What does he do next.” Right now, he has an interest in staying in school and finishing. He has an interest in going in the supplemental draft if that is a probability.”
That decision to play in the Sugar Bowl in exchange for coming back to school didn’t quiet work out as planned, huh?
It’s Wednesday. Try not to make any bad decisions today.