Ohio State Football Recruit Trolls Michigan at Graduation Party
In order to be a member of the Ohio State Buckeyes, you must do one thing above all: hate the Michigan Wolverines with all of your being. Incoming three-star offensive tackle Brady Taylor seems to have that hatred for Michigan already in his blood.
The lineman had a graduation party over the weekend and it looks like it took place at a park of some sort and the infamous Porta Potty made an appearance. Check out what someone, possibly Taylor himself, posted on the front of the Porta Potty door.
So this happened today at my grad party… pic.twitter.com/rdRHHkSCEj
— Brady Taylor (@beTaylor56) June 8, 2014
It might seem a little childish, but hey, it is a high school graduation party.
Trolling Michigan like this is only okay until he steps on campus and then he will have to let his play do the talking. The thing about the hatred between the two schools is the fact that neither one is probably surprised by an act like this.
Both schools hate each other so much that Ohio State refers to Michigan as “The School Up North” and Brady Hoke refers to the Buckeyes as just “Ohio” — even though some may think that’s not very insulting.
It looks like Taylor might be heating up the rivalry before he even steps foot on campus and if this doesn’t get you excited for college football season, then I don’t know what will.
Keep hating each other, Michigan and Ohio State, college football loves watching you two troll each other.
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