He will follow the map he has tattooed on his hand.
Yet Pryor was seen landing the private, $75 million jet yesterday in the parking lot outside Ohio Stadium. Pryor's flying privileges have been suspended for 90 days because he failed to produce proof of insurance after he landed his jet on a busy, downtown Columbus street in April to get some pizza.
"We are looking into the issue and we will make sure Terrelle gets all of his documentation up to date and is following any and all penalties and suspensions the state has levied against him," said an Ohio State spokesman.
According to sources in Columbus, Pryor has been spotted flying the Gulfstream G650 as well as other top-of-the-line private jets during his three years at Ohio State. Pryor reportedly has never taken a flying lesson.
"Flying lessons? I don't need those. I'm Terrelle Pryor," the quarterback said when contacted about the report. "Plus, I got a parachute."
"I think our continued attention to this issue and this latest decision shows that we do things differently at Ohio State," said head coach Jim Tressel. "We do things the right way."
Tressel also noted that in order to really aid local charities, all player payments will be stepped up immediately.
"A few hundred here or there doesn't help much," said the coach. "We need to be giving our players more money so it can trickle down to these organizations. And I want all the players we are currently recruiting to know this, too we are offering more now than we did before. Much, much more."
Ohio State is also working with donors and alumni to set up a charity that will target at-risk youth, primarily young men ages 18-22 who can be violently injured every Saturday in the fall.
Embattled Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor got a new round of criticism today when he committed a murder near campus.
"Everyone kills people,murderspeople, steals from you, steals from me, whatever," said Pryor after he robbed a convenience store and killed the clerk. "I think that people need a second chance."
The comments echo Pryor's statements about Michael Vick earlier this year. The only problem is that his latest comments and actions come after a four-turnover performance in which Ohio State was upset by lowly Purdue.
"I don't have a problem with murder if you're doing your job out on the field and winning games," said Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel. "But when the winning ends, so does my laissez faire approach to killing people and stealing. I am an old-school coach that way, like it or not."
Ohio State will wait to make a decision on a possible punishment for Pryor, as will Columbus Police, until after this Saturday's game against Minnesota. The murdered clerk was a diehard Buckeyes fans, and his family requested no charges be brought against Pryor until the season plays itself out.
"Our dear son was a Buckeyes fan through and through," said the parents in a statement. "And we know he wouldn't want anything to come in the way of a possible Big Ten title, even repeated blows to the head with a broomstick."
Now it's on Pryor to make people forget about the murder.
"I feel ready for Minnesota," he said. "Everyone murders. But I hadn't in a while. And I needed that stress relief, you know? But now I feel relaxed and ready to lead us to a Rose Bowl. And I don't think anyone is going to want to stand in my way."
There are only a few days left until the first Saturday of the college football season and SportsPickle is counting down the top stories of 2009. Today: No. 6, Terrelle Pryor.