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Michigan Football Superstar Roasts Ohio State Players

This Michigan football superstar went off on Ohio State following his third-straight win over the Buckeyes.



Michigan football, Roman Wilson, Ohio State, Ryan Day

Last year, after the Ohio State Buckeyes lost their second straight game against the Wolverines, narratives started to emerge that Ryan Day and his Buckeyes were “soft.” After beating Notre Dame earlier this year, Day shouted, “This is a tough team” when talking about his OSU squad, though Michigan football superstar wideout Roman Wilson clearly disagrees.

Michigan football superstar roasts Ohio State Buckeyes

Roman Wilson had some incredible plays earlier today against No. 2 Ohio State, helping the No. 3 Wolverines to a third straight victory against Ryan Day and his Buckeyes. A major component of Michigan’s most recent success against Ohio State is the fact that Jim Harbaugh’s program is simply tougher than it — something that has been proven time and time again.

Roman Wilson on OSU players being soft

Roman Wilson, who made some elite plays today and is arguably one of the top wide receivers in the Big Ten Conference right now, had some strong thoughts about the Ohio State Buckeyes following today’s 30-24 victory, which boosted the Maize and Blue to 12-0.

“No. Definitely not,” Roman Wilson said when asked if Ohio State had gotten tougher. “… You’ve got guys back there — this is a thing I thought too — guys who you want to put on the Louis V, the $1,000 outfit. (Ohio State) wants to act hard. But when we’re out there, they’re not hard.

“I see the film — you’re not tough,” Roman Wilson added. “And I don’t think I’m the toughest guy in the world. But I’m out there; I’m getting physical. I don’t think they wanted it like I wanted it.”

Michigan football onto bigger and better after another win over Ryan Day, Ohio State Buckeyes

After winning a third straight game against Ohio State, Michigan football is now 12-0 for the second year in a row — the Wolverines will face Iowa (10-2, 7-2 Big Ten) next weekend in the Big Ten title game. If Michigan can win, just as it has done the previous two conference title games, it will advance to a third consecutive College Football Playoff, likely as the No. 2 team in the country, assuming Georgia wins out.

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CJ has covered college athletics in paid roles for around five years, including numerous sports and beats. His most recent work revolves largely around Penn State and Michigan football and basketball as a member of the credentialed media at both schools. Right now, CJ writes for Blue by Ninety, where he also serves as the site's credentialed football reporter. He also does some credentialed basketball coverage. Previously, CJ has made stops with sites like GBMWolverine, Saturday Blitz, Steeler Nation, and more.