Michigan football player brilliantly trolls Ohio State and its fans

For the last 364 days, we heard every excuse in the book about Michigan football’s 2021 win over Ohio State:

It was snowy

The players had the flu.

The team was young.

Well, on Saturday, with a revenge-seeking Buckeye squad, none of those excuses fly.

The weather was in the mid-50s in Columbus. The team was healthy (in terms of illness). Michigan apparently hadn’t played anybody. The Wolverines were playing without their best, most crucial player. And they increased the victory margin from 15 to 22, on the road, in a game where everyone and their brother was picking OSU.

One Wolverine took notice over the last year, and unleashed a gem once the clock hit zero.

Michigan beat Ohio State, 45-23, and punter Brad Robbins, an Ohio-native who’s been on the team since 2017, wondered aloud what the so-called ‘Buckeye Nation’ will come up with now.

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Assuredly, they’ll point to TreVeyon Henderson and Miyan Williams being banged up, as if Blake Corum and Donovan Edwards weren’t. Corum carried the ball twice before leaving the game, and he was 70% of Michigan’s offensive production through Week 12. They’ll point to the loss of Jaxon Smith-Njigba, as if they haven’t played all year essentially without him, much like Michigan with Ronnie Bell.

They’ll point to other things, no doubt. But one thing that isn’t in doubt? Michigan has now won The Game two years in a row and has bragging rights for yet another year.


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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire