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article imageCollege Football: Ohio State's Prior Playing with Torn PCL

By Michael Bearak     Dec 28, 2009 in Sports
Ohio State's Terrelle Prior is keeping his injury under close wraps, but sources close to the organization say Prior has been experience pain in his left knee.
The sophomore quarterback for Ohio State revealed that he has been playing with a slight tear in his posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Although he is keeping it fairly under wraps it was confirmed that it was his left knee and the severity or whether it will require surgery or not is unknown at this time.
Prior tried to laugh it off saying that he hurt everywhere, but he did have two sluggish practices upon arriving in Pasadena for his upcoming Rose Bowl game against the Oregon Ducks.
He feels that he is sharper now, and sources close to the team said he is fine to play in this Friday's game.
"It's not really a big deal," Prior said. "It's just a little sore. It's fine. When I'm in the game or at practice, I don't really worry about it, to tell you the truth."
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