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Cash becomes second Buckeye to leave program since Meyer hiring


Jeremy Cash (photo courtesy of OSU athletics)

Ohio State has lost another young football player to the transfer route.

Reserve safety Jeremy Cash has asked for a release from his scholarship according to a team spokesman.

A freshman from Plantation, Florida, Cash is the second underclassmen to  leave since Urban Meyer was named head coach on November 28.

Redshirt quarterback Taylor Graham left at the end of fall quarter classes and has transferred to the University of Hawaii.

The 6’2 Cash was a high-school teammate of freshman linebacker Ryan Shazier. The two were part of the 2011 recruiting class.

Cash has not announced what school he’ll transfer to.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Forgotten QB Graham transfers from Ohio State


Taylor Graham (courtesy of OSU athletics)

When second generation quarterback Taylor Graham arrived at Ohio State, his height at 6’3 and weight of 230 and credentials as a pure dropback passer with a cannon-arm brought fans and media to think back to the days of his dad, Kent Graham from 1990-91 who possessed those same skills.

But in this day and age of college football, most teams want a speedy, mobile quarterback that can escape pressure. If he’s 6’4, fine. But pure-pocket passers are not the norm today.

With Braxton Miller and Kenny Guiton at OSU, redshirt freshman Taylor Graham decided a few weeks ago to get a release from his scholarship, which he was granted and says he is transferring to the University of Hawaii.

It’s not surprising that Graham is transferring from OSU, but the move to Hawaii could be the answer to his career. The Rainbows recently hired renowned and highly respected offensive coordinator Norm Chow as its new head coach.

The younger Graham says that the pro-style offense fits his style the best and that Chow is the answer.

He says that he hates to leave Ohio State but its time to move on in his college career.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Internet reports

Amid NCAA investigation, bad press, Pryor says goodbye to Ohio State


Terrelle Pryor (file photo)

Terrelle Pryor was an imposing figure on the football field at 6’6. 233-pounds.

He was also very successful with a 31-4 record, with 3 Big Ten Conference titles and 2 Bowl wins.

Even with a five-game NCAA suspension in place for the 2011 season, he could’ve improved on all of those stats and championships. But all of that will not be.

Pryor announced on Tuesday that his Ohio State football career is over. He made the announcement through his attorney, Larry James of Columbus, “In the best interests of my teammates, I’ve made the decision to forego my senior year of football at the Ohio State University.”

Pryor’s announcement comes eight days after the resignation of head coach Jim Tressel, who also is facing an NCAA investigation and equally as bad press.

Ohio State interim head coach Luke Fickell said he found out about Pryor’s decision on Tuesday night. “I was notified that Terrelle has decided to pursue a professional career; I wish him the best in his pursuits.”

With Pryor leaving, the Buckeyes quarterback will be chosen from fifth-year senior Joe Bauserman, Kenny Guiton, Taylor Graham and talented freshman Braxton Miller. All four received plenty of reps in the spring since Pryor was out of action after having surgery on his right ankle. Miller and Guiton, both athletic and fast resemble Pryor the best, both played well in the Spring Game.


Info compiled from Attorney Larry James, Ohio State University, Radio & TV news