Improper Benefits? The Columbus Dispatch found three traffic violations committed by Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor in cars belonging to a Columbus car salesman and an Auto Direct dealership in Columbus. Pryor claimed he borrowed one of the cars to test drive and another while his car was being fixed. Auto Direct had “about two dozen” autographed jerseys, including those of Terrelle Pryor, Daniel Herron and DeVier Posey. Ohio State investigated and found no violations. In other Terrelle Pryor news from the weekend, when he was asked about ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit (a former OSU QB), Pryor said, “I don’t worry about what Kirk Herbstreit says, to be honest with you … Has he beat Michigan?” [Dispatch]
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