That's what is amazing to me, they watched the game unfold and still tried to turn around and say "Well we still scored 39 points". If you go back and really watch that game again, take away the inept officiating (in their favor I might add), our muffed kickoff return, and have the offense keep their foot on the gas pedal... that game easily ends 70-13.
As Mike Valenti put it: "That was a beat down of Biblical proportions".
I work in Detroit and the attitude is still the same. They treat the last twenty years like it is a minor inconvenience, an unfortunate outlier in this rivalry rather than the new norm. That attitude permeates through this entire state and it's honestly hilarious to watch them continuously refer back to the "tHe wINniNgEsT pROgrAm oF aLl tIMe" and their lead in the overall series... with the rationalization that you would have to be 112 years old to see ScUM have a winning record against the Buckeyes be damned.
It was a quiet Monday after the game last year, I look forward to that for 2019.