Urban Meyer may have stepped down as the head coach at Ohio State, but his disdain for all things Michigan is still pretty strong.

Recently, Meyer was talking with Dave Holmes of WBNS Columbus about spending time with his family now that he’s out of coaching. In the interview, Meyer said that he recently took his grandson to the Columbus Zoo. That’s when Holmes asked a very important question.

“Did you teach him about the Wolverine exhibit they have on there at Columbus?” Holmes asked.

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Meyer’s reaction to that question, and learning that the Columbus Zoo has such an exhibit, was priceless. Here’s the video of Meyer’s response:

Meyer continues to be Ohio State’s perfect advocate for the rivalry game.

While he was the head coach, Meyer always referred to Michigan as “That Team Up North” and replaced the “M” in his last name with a red “X” the week before the annual matchup, much like Ohio State’s campus does during the week.

He may no longer be the head coach, but Meyer still has no interest in anything related to Michigan. All his grandson may learn about the Wolverines is that his grandfather was 7-0 against them as head coach of the Buckeyes.