Ohio State coach Urban Meyer tweeted out a video displaying all of Ohio State’s great quarterbacks throughout the school’s history… with one notable exception.
Meyer left out former Buckeyes quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who played for the school from 2008-2010 before he left school after accepting impermissible benefits.
Pryor’s scandal led to Ohio State self-imposing a bowl ban in 2012, which was Meyer’s first season in Columbus. Ohio State went 12-0 that season and likely would’ve played for a national title against Notre Dame that season.
Several Ohio State fans were displeased with Pryor’s absence from the video.
Pryor had a very successful tenure as Ohio State’s quarterback, leading the Buckeyes to a Sugar Bowl win during the 2010 season. Maybe next time Meyer will include Pryor when discussing past Buckeye quarterbacks.
(h/t The Spun)