When former Michigan LB hears 'Ohio State' he thinks: '(Expletive) them'
Ohio State-Michigan is one day away. The hatred is alive and well. Nothing has changed over the years.
From 1993-96, Jarrett Irons was a linebacker for the Michigan Wolverines. He was eventually a captain at Michigan and was an All-American during his final season.
Even back then, the hatred was strong. Here’s Irons on what he thinks of when he hears the words, “Ohio State.”
“(Blank) them. I don’t know how else to put that" — former Michigan linebacker and captain Jarrett Irons on what he thinks when he hears "Ohio State" Had some fun checking in with former players and asking them that question. Some said "respect" others said the unprintable LOL https://t.co/lhraGiEU1x
— angelique (@chengelis) November 29, 2019
Irons isn’t the only one to feel this way. Some Wolverines, of course, were nicer when answering the question. But, again, Ohio State hates Michigan. And, vice versa. That’s just the way it is and there’s no better way to put it.
Drew Henson, a former Michigan quarterback, kept it short and sweet:
You can find more from what Michigan players had to say here.