Look: Michigan dragged for hanging Ohio State sign in weight room

Justin Fields, Ohio State Buckeyes, Michigan Wolverines. (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images)
Justin Fields, Ohio State Buckeyes, Michigan Wolverines. (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images) /

The Michigan football team is getting crushed for hanging an Ohio State football sign in their weight room.

Ohio State football fans can laugh at the Michigan football team’s expense once again today after seeing what the Wolverines have hanging in their weight room.

It has been a decade since Michigan has beaten the Buckeyes on the gridiron. Former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer never lost to Michigan, and his successor Ryan Day has yet to drop a game to them, too. All the while, not being able to beat Ohio State has defined the Jim Harbaugh era in Ann Arbor. If you want proof, just look at what the Wolverines have in their team facility.

If this is not living rent-free in someone’s head, then I am not entirely sure what to tell you.

Michigan football displays an Ohio State football sign in their weight room

Could you imagine the if Tennessee football program replaced their “I will give my all for Tennessee” sign at Neyland Stadium with “I will do my very best to beat Alabama this year”? What about instead of Notre Dame football players wanting to “play like a champion today”, they want to “play like a team that won’t lose to USC today”? All in all, Ohio State continues to own Michigan.

While we all understand the concept of bulletin-board material, a team does not need to create a sign the size of a bulletin board to drive home a redundant point. If you need to emphasize how important it is to beat Ohio State to Michigan football player every year, then you recruited the wrong guys. It is inferred that you have to win that game annually. This is such an embarrassment.

Look for the Buckeyes to make it 10 in a row over the Wolverines next Thanksgiving weekend.

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