Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor reports to camp with his own TV
August 9, 2009
Sophomore quarterback Terrelle Pryor took football camp necessities to a new level today, carrying a 32 inch Vizio flat panel television into the Buckeyes' team hotel around noon.
"This is the first year I've seen a bunch of TVs come in," senior lineman Jim Cordle said. "I'm usually so tired by the end of the day I just want to go in the room and lay down."
"We don't have too much time to sit in there and watch TV," senior defensive tackle Todd Denlinger said. "Maybe he's watching film, though. I know he works hard at that, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt."
"I can only hope," Cordle said of the film suggestion. "We've got some projector screens [in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center] if they want to watch here."
Freshman receiver Duron Carter was also spotted carrying in a TV, though his wasn't still in the box.
Pryor was one of 103 Buckeyes who reported for the start of preseason camp, though linebacker Tyler Moeller, out with an injury, and receiver Ray Small and defensive lineman Rob Rose were not in that group.