John Beilein on OSU's Pregame Video: "I Hope Michigan Never Does That."

By DJ Byrnes on February 13, 2014 at 4:50p

Melanie Maxwell | The Ann Arbor News

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Ohio State's men's basketball team lost to Michigan in Columbus for the first time since 2003 on Tuesday night. This assumedly made Michigan coach John Beilein a very happy man.

Yet, Ohio State's pregame video, which included things like Evan Turner's 37-foot shot against Michigan in the 2010 Big Ten tournament quarterfinals, also included clips of Ohio University's upset win over Michigan in the 2012 NCAA tournament and Chris Webber's infamous time-out call in the 1993 national title game.

Sure, it might have been childish, but it was a complete troll move.

Consider John Beilein trolled. From MLive.com:

"I hope Michigan never does that," Beilein said. "I don’t want to ever do things like that."

The video wrapped up with an unflattering picture of a Michigan fan, followed by the words, "Pure Michigan," a nod to the state's tourism slogan. 

"There’s a lot of great things in this rivalry, I don’t think that’s one of them," Beilein said. "We’re not going to do that a long as I’m here."

The time a Michigan coach got trolled by a pregame video: another great chapter in the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry.

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Oyster's picture

Sounds to me like there are now two Butts hurt at ttun.

May you R.I.P. Otsego, but know this. Gaylord Rocks!

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vitaminB's picture

Before the game they showed his assistant coaches pumping his guys up and they didn't hesitate to throw down the let's beat OHIO comments. Troll calling the kettle a riddling bridge dweller if you ask me.

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Killer nuts's picture

He's part of the rivalry whether he likes it or not and everything that comes with it. As long as he keeps calling us "Ohio" he can't pretend to be above childish rival trolling

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RedStorm45's picture

Is this "Deal With It" 2.0?  (althought we lost, so it probably doesn't sting as much for them)

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Bolt's picture

Well, I'm upset you beat us. Consider us even.

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mh277907's picture

"I hope Michigan never does that"? Uhh, does your athletic director paying someone to fly over East Lansing to spell out "Go Blue" count? Or how about playing the "chicken dance" song at the end of the last game against Notre Dame in the foreseeable future? Ohhh, it's only ok if Michigan does it. My bad, Beilein.

buckeyebobcat

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Earle's picture

High ground: ceded.  Thanks, Dave.

Italics are for emphasis.

Grover's picture

So, disrespecting The Ohio State University on national television by calling them "Ohio" during your pre-game speech is somehow above the fray and a classy move?  Sorry, but he gives me no reason to call that school anything other than scUM. 

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NoVA Buckeye's picture

I didn't like it either, but it's not like you're a class act yourself

The offseason begins when your season ends. Even then there are no days off.

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Chief B1G Dump's picture

Michigan's "holier than thou" schtick will not work here, as they have vacated the most basketball games in NCAA history.

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NoVA Buckeye's picture

A Michigan Man will always remind you that he is better than you, especially when that is not the case

The offseason begins when your season ends. Even then there are no days off.

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MVJ's picture

Meh. I have no problem with John Beilein. I've always thought him to be a good coach and class act. Having said that, looking at athletic departments, pre-game video < Brendan Gibbons situation.

"You win with people "

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M Man's picture

Huh.

I wish Beilein had never said a word about this.  Unfortunately, he was asked about it.  I think he was asked about it more than once.

For the record, I wish I had been in the Schott for this.  Of all of the crazy shit in collegiate athletics these days, the OSU pregame video counts as barely worth mentioning, and then only with generous laughter.  I am immediately going back to award a helmet sticker to whoever mentioned the "Go Blue" skywriting in East Lansing.  I am one of many who cannot imagine what Brandon (or other assistant AD) was thinking.  Couldn't the skywriting have been, "Surrender Dorothy"?  Or better yet, "Surrender Dantonio."  I mean, you gotta make an effort at clever at least.

Does anybody have a link?

I hope Beilein is completely wrong.  I hope Michigan is not above this sort of funny stuff.  I hope the Michigan video for OSU's return to Crisler has our own version, which will now include  Aaron Craft's posing follow-through on his final airball.

Re: Brendan Gibbons.  You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. 

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ghalephoto's picture

Bla Bla don't really care it its Ok or not...its ours, we own it, we own up to it.  Deal with it..oh wait that's the guy that actually looks like a troll!!

tennbuckeye19's picture

Would you guys like to know a bit of trivia about John Beilein? 

The guy has coached basketball on the high school, community college, division 3, division 2, division 1 mid-major, and division 1 major conference levels, and he has NEVER been an assistant coach. Crazy, yes. But true.

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buckeyefanatic's picture

No.

How many batteries does it take to beat Michigan football?   1AA
Want to beat Michigan? There's an App for that.

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TCOB_6's picture

It's only fitting to include the upset by Ohio University seeing as how they can only refer to us as Ohio.

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hansman's picture

Exactly...the reason we put it in there is to show them that there is an actual team named Ohio (that beat their ass) and it is not us so stop effing calling us that. In other words, he is such a moron that he is complaining about our troll response to their troll move.

Sportpaco's picture

I think they have since "self vacated" that loss.

 

teddyballgame's picture
"I hope Michigan never does that."

LOL. Give me a break.  I guess I should say "I hope OSU never covers up a rape"

 

 

 

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M Man's picture

Complete, utter bullshit.  You have no idea what you are talking about.  And if you want to fight this out with me in a forum set up by the 11W mods, count me in.

You are living proof of that old adage, "A lie will be halfway around the world before the truth can get its boots on."

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Deadly Nuts's picture

lol. Settle the fuck down, junior.

LEBRON

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M Man's picture

Do you want to describe, in 50 words or less, what it was that Michigan "covered up"; how the "cover up" was engineered; and what the basis is for alleging a "rape" for which there was never any charge, a trial, or even a hearing?

By all means take more than 50 words if you want...

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Deadly Nuts's picture

Brady knew...

LEBRON

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Jabba the Hoke's picture

I think the question is "what did he know, and when?" For example, did he know on say the 20th and play the kid on the 22nd? Did he make up some story about an injury to cover for him? Man if only these questions could be answered, but it seems that the one source that is actually asking questions has been blocked from pressers. There is ABSOLUTELY ZERO reason to think there was any kind of effort to hide this in an effort to protect the image of the football team.

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M Man's picture

Wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong.

For example, did he know on say the 20th and play the kid on the 22nd?

"Know" what?  That a "conflict resolution" panel was accusing him of something?  The incident with Gibbons occurred when Hoke was still the coach at San Diego State.  In all of the years since, the police had not referred charges, the prosecutor had not brought a charge in court, and the university had not taken any other action.  Hoke, I presume, knew all of that.

Did he make up some story about an injury to cover for him? 

I don't know the answer to that.  There seems to be good reason to suspect so.  But I ask, given the underlying matter -- not an arrest, not a prosecution, but a legally-confidential proceeding in which Gibbons' basic rights were not likely to be protected -- was Hoke empowered to say?.  By law, I don't think that Hoke could make any specification about Gibbons in that case.

I've gone on the record saying that I do not like the idea of Hoke saying anything affirmatively that misleads.  Better to have said nothing at all.  Some Michigan fans defend Hoke by saying that it is all part of the game; a coach not making any public announcements that will help opponents game-plan or to cause the coach's own team any distractions.  I don't accept that view myself.

Man if only these questions could be answered, but it seems that the one source that is actually asking questions has been blocked from pressers.

That turns out to be wrong.  There was a prearranged event at which a few of the local writers had asked for access to Hoke.  There was no "press conference," and no "ban" on the student newspaper (which is The Michigan Daily, which broke the story with illegally-obtained documents from the OSCR hearing).

Michigan associate athletic director Dave Ablauf said the Monday session with Hoke was not meant to exclude anyone. The Associated Press was not present, nor was ESPN and the Toledo Blade, which regularly cover the team, and there were no television outlets included

“We did not hold a press conference (Monday),” Ablauf said Tuesday. “Five reporters requested to meet with Brady to discuss football topics, so we arranged this meeting about three weeks ago and set the meeting day and time over a week ago (prior to publication of the Daily story about Gibbons).”

From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20140204/SPORTS0201/302040115#ixzz2tI...

In these kinds of cases, there is a legal and moral imperative to protect the identity and even the existence of the accuser.  Nobody doubts that.  If this matter had been in a court of law, where it should have been -- or not been, as the case may be -- Gibbons' name would not be protected.  But since it was in front of the "student conflict resolution" board, BOTH students deserved protection.  The Michigan Daily, however, went ahead and published Gibbons' name in the face of rules for the rest of the University that would have strictly prohibited publication.  The Daily did it on the basis of being given a leaked document.  An illegally-leaked document, it would seem.  I don't expect that The Daily will face any punishment or legal jeopardy, though the leaker, in my opinion, certainly should.  Hoke was pretty clearly trying to protect Brendan Gibbons under circumstances where legally (with just about all of his other rights diminished) Gibbons was owed at least some protection.

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ghalephoto's picture

Someone needs to realize we will not read a long drawn out response to something are laughing at, under our breath of course.  Troll on!!

Poison nuts's picture

MMan, you've been vocal about this, so I'm just wondering - respectfully, what was he expelled for?

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill" - Detective Rustin Cohle.

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M Man's picture

That's a great question, and a fair one.

Gibbons was expelled by a university "Office of Student Conflict Resolution" committee.  It is a committee composed of unknown people, none of whom are any sort of judicial officer.  I suspect that the panelists may be social workers, conflict resolution counselors, rape counselors, etc.  No one's substantive and procedural due process rights are protected in any meaningful sense (although the University pays lip service to it).

We know what is in the few police records that have been redacted and posted online following a FOIA.  The incident occurred in November of 2009.  Those records seem to generally indicate that both students had been drinking, and the accuser may have been drunk.  There is at least some indication that the accuser performed oral sex.  There is indication that she claimed that intercourse was not something she consented to; Gibbons says she was into it.  For his part, Gibbons consented to questioning by the police and answered questions without demanding counsel.  There is more, of course; but in the end the Ann Arbor police (who have never in my memory over the last 20 years ever been accused of covering up anything for any Michigan football player) wouldn't even refer a charge to the Washtenaw County Prosecutor's office.

Now, to your question.  Having noted just how far away from any prosecution for "rape" (the charge would be "criminal sexual assault" in Michigan) this was, and having noted that Gibbons was hauled before a student conflict resolution committee four years after the fact and after having done nothing wrong in the interim, we can come back to what it is the OSCR does.  By its own terms, the OSCR doesn't do prosecutions.  They say up front that they are not a court -- criminal or civil -- and don't operate as such.  What they do is enforce a climate on campus.  The desired climate is one that is free from an atmosphere of sexual harassment.  They set the bar very low; they don't feel the need to prove crimes, they are strictly concerned with an academic climate free of harassment, and the standard of proof is an unconscionably low (at least for any notion of criminal guilt) "preponderance of the evidence."

I say this to you with the absolute utmost seriousness and respect; Ohio State is merely one unfortunate night, involving just one of your many star athletes, from dealing with this.  It doesn't even need to be an athlete.  There is an amazing brave new world at all campuses under Title IX, since an April, 2011 directive from the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights.

Start your reading with this column by James Taranto in the Wall Street Journal.  It concerns an infamous non-athlete case at Auburn.

Taranto has followed up with this very recent online column, dealing with the issue of two-party drunkenness in such cases.

I thank you, Poison Nuts, for your question and I hope I can help you figure this out.  I'd love to know more about exactly why Gibbons was expelled.  We can't see the record of the proceedings, unless somebody leaks it.  We know that there was nothing normal about Gibbons' case.  Gibbons was the subject of a yearlong campaign against him by a local gadfly blogger, who has made a second career out of going after supposed university scandals.  Football scandals are his favorite beat.  Gibbons' four-years-later hearing was unprecedented as far as I know.  The University of Michigan has said in no uncertain terms that they felt prompted to act by virtue of the Washington-based (2011) changes in Title IX enforcement.  I'm not aware of any other expulsions, under any similar circumstances.  There is massive concern over who leaked the news (protected by law) of the student disciplinary proceedings.  The story is not over.  But in no way, shape or form can anyone with a brain claim that there had been any "coverup," because it has been known since 2009, and the police fully investigated it at the time.

 

BuckeyeB9B82501's picture

AA is still a whore :-D

Buckeye Dynasty starts in 2014 baby !!!!!! GO BUCKS !!!!!!!! O - H - I - O

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BuckeyeB9B82501's picture

AA is still a whore :-D its a video, who gives a crap. Your coaches cant respect TOSU enough to call the university by its name and Coach B runs his mouth about a video that has a few items that actually HAPPENED ??????????? WOW. Who cares and ..... Meshitcan still sucks

Buckeye Dynasty starts in 2014 baby !!!!!! GO BUCKS !!!!!!!! O - H - I - O

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brylee's picture

I say this to you with the absolute utmost seriousness and respect; Ohio State is merely one unfortunate night, involving just one of your many star athletes, from dealing with this.

Very good point...

btalbert25's picture

Rape is only covered up at Notre Dame!  I do think we should all pump the brakes on drilling anyone over these accusations when they pop up at other schools though.  It was pretty recent that we had such an accusation here. 

http://www.elevenwarriors.com/2013/03/20458/report-three-ohio-state-football-players-linked-to-alleged-rape

And you know, on the outside they were all pointing at Ohio State and saying wow, they sure covered up that blah blah blah. 

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harleymanjax's picture

 

"Because I couldn't go for 3"

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BucksfanXC's picture

The Weber timeout and the Pure Michigan at the end being non-OSU related makes it a little, I don't know, petty? But other than that it was 100% something any team would do to any other team.

“Any time you give a man something he doesn't earn, you cheapen him. Our kids earn what they get, and that includes respect.”  - Woody

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route4buckeye's picture

What a crybaby! You know how to stop us making fun of you?

Stop calling us Ohio. Stop losing to MAC teams in the NCAA tourney. Stop losing to MAC teams on the football field. Don't lose to Appalachian State. Tell your recruits to stop talking trash on Twitter before they're even signed to Michigan (Morris, Pipkins, Tuley Tillman, Ferns to name a few). Stop acting like you're better than everyone else. And finally, stop bitching about a pre game video in Columbus during a Michigan-OSU game. Did you really think we weren't going to take a few jabs?

 

Seriously, fuck Michigan and fuck Jon Beilein.

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youngbuck32's picture

Where is Marcus Hall when you need him? I would have loved a shot of his double salute to the state in that video... maybe next year! All kidding aside why is Bei-whine upset? Despite all the insurmountable odds that video put his team under they still won. Maybe he's trying to find something to motivate his team if they rematch in the B1G tourney?

Can't is the real "C" word!

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Crumb's picture

We have a saying here in Ohio and it goes a little something like this "SCREW MICHIGAN!!!!!"

"The only good thing about it is winning the d*** thing" - Urban Meyer on The Game The War

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AngryWoody's picture

 

Our Honor Defend!

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northwest_buckeye's picture

Pretty bold move, even for a holier-than-thou Michibilly.

This is the same university that covered / is still covering up a football kicker's raping shenanigans, right? Glass houses, man...

I've never said I 'hate' anyone because that would imply I had any emotion for them whatsoever.

Jason Priestas's picture

Insists on calling Ohio State "Ohio." Gets mad at silly pregame videos.

I like John Beilein, a lot in fact, but he needs to lighten up here.

M Man's picture

That "Ohio" thing cannot die soon enough for my tastes, Jason.  I know we had a bit of fun with it here at 11W when Hoke was new on the job, but I was over it before Hoke coached his first game as Michigan's head coach.  I personally make a point of never invoking "Ohio."

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NoVA Buckeye's picture

It needs to go along with the whole "scUM" and "Meatchicken" phrases because I find them annoying, particularly the latter. I have no problem saying Michigan out of pure respect. Doesn't mean I want them to win against the Bucks, but I think mutual respect should be important to both parties

The offseason begins when your season ends. Even then there are no days off.

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M Man's picture

I am always laughing at the message board trashtalkers who use the epithet "M*ch*gan" or some other variant.  Can't all of the Buckeyes at least get on the same page of the playbook and just drop the "M" like you are supposed to?  I hate having to be the guy to tell Buckeyes how exactly to go about insulting That Team Up North.

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Jason Priestas's picture

The only thing worse than that is the ol' Brady Hoke is fat standby. The most uninspiring joke in the rivalry right now.

MGM85's picture

I like JB - But obviously he was not in Michigan Stadium for the chicken Dance or witness Brandon' ode to Davinci over the red ceder.

What about the use of the word Ohio vs Ohio State? Are you kidding me, leave that childish junk for Fans.

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TMac's picture

Why should I care what John Beilein thinks?

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BoFuquel's picture

I DON'T GIVE A DAMN FOR THE WHOLE STATE UP NORTH. GO BUCKS!

I wish I didn't know now what I didn't know then.

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Melissa's picture

Is there a link somewhere?  I want to see it!!

Poison nuts's picture

Just curious about something - are the BBall hype videos assembled by the student video dept, or does the Bball team have it's own video dept like the football team? Just curious if anyone knows how that works. Personally, I like that they are inflammatory like this recent one & the "deal with it" one...although this time it didn't really work out too well. I guess what I'm curious about is whether someone just puts them together & gets approval, or if Coach Matta himself gets involved in some way...

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill" - Detective Rustin Cohle.

Jason Gruber's picture

Typical meatchicken u. They can dish out that ohio shit but they can't stand to be reminded that they suck serious ball sacks 

"You win with People" Woody Hayes

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johnblairgobucks's picture

he must have forgotten when "Michigan" did this

 

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hansman's picture

Actually, he probably noted our "unclassy" response to it by our band just as he noted our "unclassy" response at including the Ohio loss after repeatedly being called Ohio. They may want to start paying attention to who trolls who first and stop acting so high and mighty.

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AJW_16's picture

I'm sorry, everyone connected with the University of Michigan, but you CAN NOT get mad when, after incessantly referring to OSU as "Ohio," we have a little fun by playing some clips of you losing to the actual Ohio.

Get off your high horse.

"Sometimes you eat the bear and sometimes the bear eats you." 

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FROMTHE18's picture

Screw him, he isn't a Buckeye and isn't our coach. 

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Whoa Nellie's picture

Beilein.  Rhymes with "whine".

“Don’t fear criticism. The stands are full of critics. They play no ball. They fight no fights. They make no mistakes because they attempt nothing. Down on the field are the doers, they make mistakes because they attempt many things.”

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Shayla39's picture

This from the school that introduced Trey Burke when TOSU was playing in AA, "the pride of Columbus, Ohio" and their football team in the tunnel trying to ambush TOSU football team?  Really?

Both schools up north have a giant "Buckeyes" indented in their souls!

Get over yourself.

 

 

 

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zacisone's picture

Hey John B! Guess how many times I have seen D. Howard striking a Heisman pose in the big outhouse?? You think I am getting tired of that yet? Huh?

Zacisone

mattanderson1985's picture

 

Should of played some Ohio State Football clips of the wins Vs ttun. that would of been great.

PittBuckeye's picture

Get over it John, life's too short.

RuGettinIt's picture

Sure sure, your school is better than this John....riiiiiigggggghhhhhhtttttt...The same school that sent their thugs out on the kickoff team to insight a fight with tOSU players......ha ha ha sure John it's your take bud share it anyway you want....

BuckeyeB9B82501's picture

Well I guess that UM coaches cant call us what our name is (THE Ohio State University) then they should be able to handle us calling them what they truly are ...... MESHITCAN U...... and their FB coach..... Mr. 7-6 Joke (or Mr. 7-6 Jabba the Joke) either works for me. Lol Hope to keep Mr. 7-6 around for a long time. For the exception of 2 good years Joke has had an average of around 7-6 EVERYWHERE he has coached. So Meshitcan fans get used to it, 7-6 will be the norm for ya

Buckeye Dynasty starts in 2014 baby !!!!!! GO BUCKS !!!!!!!! O - H - I - O

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ScarletNGrey01's picture

The most hilarious aspect of the presentation was the real "Ohio" U beating UM in the first round of the NCAA in 2012 ... priceless!

 

The will to win is not as important as the will to prepare to win. -- Woody Hayes

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Sportpaco's picture

I just noticed #5. A Cooper can beat Michigan.

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Doc's picture

I'm sorry John, but fuck you and the high horse you rode in on. If you can't stand the heat then go back to the shit water school you came from. If you don't like the good natured jabbing then stop calling us "Ohio", don't lose to OU.  Tell Flounder to shut the fuck up about everything. I use to have some respect for you, but now you are just another Missigain Man piece of shit. Suck my balls!

Eleven Warriors and the rest of the commentariat, I'm sorry for the above post, but this kind of petty BS really frosts my ass.

Doc

"Say my name."

BuckeyeB9B82501's picture

I 2nd that !!!!!!! +1 for you Doc GO BUCKS

Buckeye Dynasty starts in 2014 baby !!!!!! GO BUCKS !!!!!!!! O - H - I - O

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45has2's picture

No apologies needed. M Man wants a common insult from all Buckeyes. When a program is so arrogant, ignorant and hypocritical, one insult is hard to come up with that covers the breadth and depth of their sucktitude. My buddies and I just go with Fuck Michigan.

"I don't like nice people. I like tough, honest people." -W.W. Hayes

TheBigCat's picture

Ohio St fans may not like to refer to TSUN by it's school name, but we certainly don't call it the name of another University.  To me, this is disrespectful to Ohio University, and just unbelievably ironic considering that they actually lost to OU in the NCAA's a few years ago.  You would have thought that it would have deterred them from referring to us as "Ohio" moving forward, but they must have blocked that loss out from their memory banks.

I wanted us to win so badly the other night, and then for the crowd to start a, "say my name bitch" chant.

Beilein needs to stop being such a whiny bitch and focus on winning games and his program.  When he stops the pettiness of calling us "Ohio" maybe we will stop showing him videos to remind him that we are actually not in-fact Ohio.

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Knarcisi's picture

Fuck you Beilein. Keep calling us Ohio. 

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741's picture

This would be interesting if the Buckeyes didn't get their asses handed to them by Beilein's team that night.

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tommrkr's picture

Yeah, unfortunately, a lot of folks seem to have their head in the sand on this point.

If UM did something that our team found offensive, our coaches would tell them the best retort would be the scoreboard, and I would agree.

UM did just that, and it fucking stings.  Damn.

9Route's picture

 

I'm just happy to be here

hodge's picture

Morality -- the last bastion of the butthurt.

 

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BME_Buckeye's picture

Be_____________ got his Jimmies rustled.  Dancingbanana.gif

Look closely, because the closer you think you are, the less you will actually see.

 

buckeyetodd's picture

I agree with Beilein. It showed a lack of class and a disrespect for the opponent. Inappropriate.

ToddT

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buckeyestu's picture

Beilein can get off his high horse and kiss my ass, and btw, scum still sucks and will suck tomorrow too.

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scrotieMcboogerballs's picture

"I hope Michigan never does anything like that"

By 'like that', does he mean dominate their rival? If so, I am pretty sure Michigan will NEVER do anything 'like that'

Just scUM being scUM...they will continue to think they are better than everyone else while continuing to slide to irrelevancy...

"Who do you think you are?!?!...I am!!"  -Pete Weber, bowling legend and dominator of the English language

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Arizona_Buckeye's picture

I just love this rivalry - the jabs the two schools and fanbases take at each other are awesome and make me laugh!  There is nothing quite like the look you get (and give) when you pass somebody wearing your school's threads!  When I first moved to Toronto I went to the St. Lawrence Market to get some excellent local goodies and what do I see... some dude sporting a Michigan hoodie.  We just started laughing!

The best thing about Pastafarianism? It is not only acceptable, but advisable, to be heavily sauced

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BuckeyeRealist13's picture

Michigan better step their game up in football, right now Michigan State is Ohio State's rival in the state up north. Michigan is the new Notre Dame. 

I've spent time in the South, I don't care what anybody says they don't have the passion for football that us Ohioans have. 

ghalephoto's picture

If we would have won the game this isn't even a topic and Beeline isn't even asked the question.

Whoa Nellie's picture

I read somewhere that what really ticked him off was that our video was on a Betamax cassette.  Beilein then had to drive home to get his Betamax player to watch the video, and it was buried under all his 8 track tapes.
 

“Don’t fear criticism. The stands are full of critics. They play no ball. They fight no fights. They make no mistakes because they attempt nothing. Down on the field are the doers, they make mistakes because they attempt many things.”