Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor will undergo surgery on Friday to repair injuries he sustained to one of his feet in the Sugar Bowl, 10TV Sports reported.
The surgery was scheduled for Friday afternoon, a source said.
It was not clear what injury Pryor sustained, although video of the Buckeyes returning early Wednesday morning showed the junior quarterback hobbling to his vehicle.
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Pryor was named the Sugar Bowl's most valuable player after throwing for 277 yards and two scores.
The Buckeyes defeated Arkansas 31-26.
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