We all know that Michigan and Ohio State may be the biggest rival in college football, and the hatred between those two teams is real. Well in an interview with Paul Finebaum former Ohio State running back Ezekial Elliott took a huge jab at Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and really let us know about how serious the rival is.
“I’m tired of hearing about coach Harbaugh,” Elliott told The Paul Finebaum radio show. “He needs to get in check with reality because at the end of the day you can’t talk smack about rivalry when you haven’t won a rivalry game. You have to win ballgames to talk behind it.”
Elliott never lost a game to Michigan in three years at Ohio State, continuing what has become a four-game win streak for OSU in the series. Elliott not only helped Ohio State spank the Wolverines, he ran for 214 yards in the game and had a great time talking about the memory in the interview.
“Hearing the O-H-I-O chant in their house, just was a special moment. And seeing all their fans leave before the game’s over, and seeing the red sea in their stadium was one of the top college moments I’ve had,” Elliott said.