Re: Ohio State Football Recruiting
Smith needed to develop. He made a lot of bonehead mistakes when he first became one of the starting QBs. Tressel is all about avoiding mistakes. Once Smith showed he was capable of running a more dynamic offense without making mistakes, the playbook was opened up. I'd suspect he's handle Pryor the same way. It's actually better for the development of the QB to be weened slowly and to be allowed to develop.
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