Who ever would have thought two years ago that a couple of free tattoos would turn the 2012 college football season on its head?
That is exactly what happened yesterday.
On a Saturday that saw the top two teams in the BCS rankings fall and Notre Dame rise to the top of the college football landscape for the first time since 1993, Terrelle Pryor’s impact was felt by the end of the night.
Ohio State is currently serving a postseason ban as a result of Pryor’s and other Buckeye players’ transgressions a couple of years back. Former coach Jim Tressel didn’t help matters by keeping as many people as possible in the dark about them.
The 2012 Buckeyes are currently undefeated and favored to finish out the year 12-0 heading into their annual rivalry game with Michigan.
Had the Buckeyes not been on sanctions, they would be staring down a trip to Indianapolis where they would likely play (and defeat) the Nebraska Cornhuskers for the second time this season. That win would have set up a BCS…
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