Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown had plenty to say about his team’s looming Nov. 30 matchup with Ohio State last week, most notably saying the Buckeyes ‘better be careful’ because Michigan is hitting its stride right now too.

But when given the same opportunity, Ohio State coach Ryan Day didn’t share Brown’s willingness to talk about “the school up north.” The media asked Day if he had any response to Brown’s comment on Tuesday. His answer was simple:


In addition to saying “they better be careful,” Brown revealed in an interview TheWolverine that his defense has been practicing plays to prepare for Ohio State every week.

They’re probably going to need that extra practice because the Buckeyes are averaging 51 points per game. Ohio State has scored at least 48 points in four of its six conference games this season.

Last year, the Buckeyes embarrassed the Wolverines, 62-39. Ohio State have won seven straight in the series, which is the longest winning streak ever for the Buckeyes against Michigan.