LOS ANGELES - LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has revealed he partially tore a ligament in his knee, claiming it didn't slow him down much while leading the Buckeyes to the Big Ten title.
Pryor says he's hurting everywhere at the close of his sophomore season, which ends Friday in the Rose Bowl against No. 7 Oregon. But he says he's feeling sharper after two sluggish practices in Los Angeles with the eighth-ranked Buckeyes.
In an affable session with reporters Monday morning, Pryor admitted he has a partial tear in his posterior cruciate ligament, touching his left knee for emphasis, but not confirming which knee is hurt.
Ohio State hadn't mentioned a knee injury for Pryor, only acknowledging an injured ankle against New Mexico State.