Pryor wants 'Terrelle Cryer' T-shirt
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Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor said Penn State students have designed a T-shirt in his honor, and he said Wednesday night that he wants one.
The $10 shirt features a Nittany Lion handing a tissue to Pryor. The tagline: "The Nutcracker: A Terrelle Cryer Story."
Two years ago, when Pryor was a prized recruit from Jeannette, Pryor was beloved by Penn State fans, who chanted his name when he was on the sideline before facing Notre Dame.
On Saturday, he will be on the opposing side of the field, leading Big Ten rival Ohio State against the Lions.
"I'd like to get a few (T-shirts) before the game," Pryor said. "I'd like to wear one in warm-ups. I guess they're trying to get in my head.
"I'm glad I found out before the game. I can't let anything get to me."
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