Sport Former Michigan Star Calls Ohio State Fans 'Soft' for the Way They're Handling the Loss
What channel is Ohio State vs. Michigan State on today? Time, TV schedule for 2021 Big Ten football game
Here is everything to know to watch Ohio State vs. Michigan State on Saturday, including the start time and a full TV schedule for the 2021 Big Ten matchup.Just one game separates the two in the standings and both the Buckeyes and Spartans boast some of the nation's most dynamic offensive skill position players.
He was a first-team All American back in 2016 with the Wolverines
Look away Buckeye fans, a blast from the past isn't being humble about Saturday's victory. Former Michigan star and NFL tight end Jake Butt was basking in his former team's massive win in The Game this past Saturday. Naturally, he took a shot at Ohio State fans too.
The Wolverines beat their arch nemesis for the first time since 2011 and Butt let Ohio State fans know how he really feels. It's fair to say he's been waiting a long time for this moment.
"Honestly shocking how soft some of you buckeye fans are," he said in a Tweet. "I listed [sic] to your talk for a decade... this isn't grade school it's a rivalry. If you dish it out learn to take it or find another sport."
Jim Harbaugh had serious wardrobe malfunction during Penn State game
Jim Harbaugh was so focused on leading his team to a win against Penn State on Saturday that he didn’t even notice his leg was on fire. © Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh Harbaugh had a frightening wardrobe malfunction during Michigan’s 21-17 win over the Nittany Lions. He got too close to a space heater on the sideline, and the heater melted a big hole in his pants. Fortunately, Harbaugh was wearing multiple layers. Jim Harbaugh's pants got burned by the space heater on the sidelines in the 1st half pic.twitter.
Butt, who retired from the NFL during the summer, was a first-team All American back in 2016 with the Wolverines. He won the John Mackey Award in 2016, the Ozzie Newsome Award in 2015 and was selected in the fifth round of the NFL draft by the Broncos.
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The abrupt departure of Lincoln Riley has left Oklahoma searching for a new head coach. For several Oklahoma alumni, the choice is an obvious one. © Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports In the hours after Riley left for USC, there was a groundswell of support from ex-players for the Sooners to make a run at Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables. Venables has long been a highly-respected assistant coach, and served as Oklahoma’s defensive coordinator from 1999 to 2011.