A Michigan Wolverines fan decided to take a shot at Ohio State in the form of a wild jersey.
It’s no secret that the Michigan Wolverines and Ohio State Buckeyes have a heated rivalry. They face off in the final regular season game of the college football season and, in recent years, have determined who goes to not only the Big Ten tournament, but also the College Football Playoff.
Both teams are in the playoffs this year, with Michigan facing TCU in the Fiesta Bowl, and Ohio State playing Georgia in the Peach Bowl. Even though they don’t even play with each other, a Michigan fan decided to take Ohio State in jersey form.
“Dahmer Went to Ohio State” read on that T-shirt.
A Michigan fan cruises Ohio State in a wild jersey
Dahmer referred to as Jeffrey Dahmer, a serial killer who killed 17 men and boys from 1978 until 1991. Dahmer was the subject of the recent Netflix series “DAHMER – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story”.
Dahmer attended Ohio State in 1978, but dropped out after only three months in school, according to the university’s registrar’s office, across the lantern.
Michigan is looking to win its first national championship since 1997, but it will have to win the Fiesta Bowl and the CFP National Championship for that to happen. Going into New Year’s Eve, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is 1-5 in bowl games with the program.
Meanwhile, Ohio State will seek to return to the CFP National Championship for the first time since 2020, where they lost to the Alabama Crimson Tide.
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