Ohio State Removes ‘M’s’ From Program But Forgets One
By: Evan Jankens
The Michigan and Ohio State rivalry took another turn last night, a weird one. After Michigan won in Ohio State for the first time in a decade, Ohio State decided to take a dig at Michigan pregame.
They created a program that omitted the “m” from all the players’ names and they removed it from the phrase at the top, which was supposed to say “Meet The Teams.”
They left it saying “-eet The Teams.” Um, apparently the second “m” was invisible to the geniuses who created the program.
By now we are all aware that Michigan coaches refer to Ohio State as ‘Ohio’ which I guess is cool? I think it’s silly and probably should have stopped when Michigan hoops lost to the Ohio Bobcats in the NCAA tournament. It hasn’t, Brady Hoke and John Beilein still use this term.
They got back at them in the program by calling Michigan only “the school up north.”
See if you can notice where Ohio State messed up…
Ding, ding, ding, you are correct they didn’t realize or proof read the dang program before they released it. THEY FORGOT THE M IN TEAM! I know there isn’t an I in team but there definitely is an M.