Former Buckeye doesn't hold back
The ex-OSU linebacker is miffed by what he believes was special treatment by Tressel, who resigned on Monday, when handling Pryor the past three seasons.
Spielman sounded off on the matter in an interview with WBNS in Columbus.
"I think (Pryor) has played his last game," he said. "I don't know if you guys have heard this. I've heard through players, former players, that (Pryor) operated and was allowed to operate by his own set of rules. Being late to meetings. Being late to practice. Not showing up for workouts. I don't know if that's true or note true. If it is I'm so disappointed in the leaders of the team that allowed that go on, that allowed a player not to show up without either confrontation, physical or verbal first, physical if necessary."
Spielman said there was an easy solution to stop Pryor's reported set of rules.
"...If he was two seconds late for a meeting, bye, bye. That's how I would operate."
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