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Finally, the wait is over
March 19, 2008 - Seth Staskey
Well, Ohio State Buckeye fans can breathe a little easier this afternoon. Today at Jeannette High School near Pittsburgh, Terrelle Pryor signed his National Letter of Intent to play football for the Buckeyes, spurning Rich Rodriguez and Michigan.
Pryor will be a tremendous fit for the Buckeyes. He can get to campus, learn the system behind Todd Boeckman and play in certain situations much like Florida did with Tim Tebow and LSU did with Ryan Perrilloux this past year. The irony both teams which employed that system beat the Buckeyes for the national championship.
Pryor joins a tremendous recruiting class, which could prove to be one of the nation's best when it's said and done.
More importantly was the first win for Jim Tressel over Rodriguez. That's real big for the future.
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