'Terrelle Cryer' shirts all the rage in Happy Valley
Posted by John Taylor on November 4, 2009 9:29 AM ET
After his fourth-quarter fumble led to the game-winning touchdown for Penn State last season, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor openly "wept" over the miscue that ultimately cost the Buckeyes a shot at an outright Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl appearance.
This weekend, Pryor and the Buckeyes will travel to Happy Valley to face the Nittany Lions in a game that will go a long way in determining the conference champ yet again, and the student body is doing their best to remind Pryor that there's no crying in football.
As part of a a special OSU-themed White Out, the Penn State Marketing Association is printing t-shirts as a "tribute" to Pryor, a highly-decorated Pennsylvania high school player who eschewed Penn State for Ohio State.
According to the school's student newspaper, the t-shirt will prominently feature the tagline "The Nutcracker: A Terrelle Cryer Story" and the following picture:
While the shirts are not available to the public right now, they will be put on sale Friday in limited numbers. And I'm quite certain Pryor will be among the first in line to grab this collector's item. 'Terrelle Cryer' shirts all the rage in Happy Valley | CollegeFootballTalk.com