Tom Brady on Wolverines' chances this year: 'We gotta beat the Buckeyes, that's really important'
NFL training camps are happening across the country.
We do this every August. Football season is around the corner and players need to get back into football shape before the regular season begins.
Even if you’re Tom Brady, and you’re arguably the greatest quarterback of all time, you still need to get some repetitions in. Brady, of course, played his college ball at Michigan.
So, which collegiate team does Brady root for? The maize and blue.
Which team does he hate?
Ohio State. Naturally.
After one of the Patriots’ practices on Monday, Brady was asked about the Wolverines’ chances this year. After all, many are picking this to be the year that Michigan and Jim Harbaugh finally break through.
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Brady didn’t articulate much in terms of breaking down what Michigan will exactly look and play like this fall. He said all that needed to be said.
“We gotta beat the Buckeyes.”