Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by jrod212, Sep 22, 2008.
and how often do true freshmen start , ala pryor.
I'll take robert griffin III at Baylor before pryor at tosu as far as QBs go...
pryor no question
Just wondering what the point of this thread would be?
you cannot be serious
i was just wondering boulderbuff. is there a problem?
Pryor has the #1 spot. Griffin from Baylor is a stud. Scott will also be a stud
He's been a stud so far, not a whole lot of name recognition.
I'd rather have production than name recognition....personally.
I always liked Richard Pryor, it was too bad about that free basing accident.
Must not have affected his throwing hand.
in the games that griffin has played, considering he is at Baylor and the talent level, experience there, he has showed me way more than pryor has in the games he has played consider pryor is on a far better team with talent and experience....
Agreed. His coming out party will definitely be in conference play. Guy is a stud and will definitely give the south fits for the next couple of years. Baylor will not be the doormat it used to be. They won't set the world on fire, but they may get an upset here and there. As a freshmen he almost led Baylor in a win against UConn, who ended up being a pretty good Big East team
Baylor on the rise is going to give us at least some fits in Texas :wow:
no way. if tressel knew how to utilize a vince young type qb pryor would be tearing it up. plus pryor has a great arm and can throw a nice ball (threw 4 tds against troy) griffin's arm is ****--he is not a legitimate passing threat like pryor is. also, baylor's offense is tailored more toward the griffin's play than ohio state is the pryor. griffin will get torn up in conference because he is so one dimensional. but go ahead an take griffin--i'll take 60% of pryor over all of griffin any day.
Who cares, all I care about is Scott has more name recognition after their college careers!:thumbsup:
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