Anybody Know What Time it Is? Bring on the Michigan Jokes

Although updates on The Buckeye Blog have been few and far between this season, it’s hard to pass up a tradition. For the past seven years we’ve collected a few hundred Michigan jokes leading into the big game. And while that school up north has become something of a joke in and of themselves these past few years, why let it stop at that. Kick them when their down and kick them once again.

So give us your best, your worst, you’re most offensive, we don’t really care. Let us all celebrate in the hate that is the Ohio State/Michigan rivalry.

Openers

For the 2014 season, they will be experimenting with a new cardboard turf in the Big House. The Athletic department finally recognized that Michigan always does look better on paper.

And for past collections:

2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007

More Michigan Moments to remember:
How Lame is Michigan: Example No. 352
How Lame is Michigan: Example No. 353
How Lame is Michigan: Example No. 355
How Lame is Michigan: Example No. 356
How Lame is Michigan: Example No. 357
How Lame is Michigan: Example No. 358

Michigan vs. Appalachian State Post Game Remarks: More Fun than an Historic Upset

Will Somebody Please Tell Rich Rodreguez about the Ohio State/Michigan Game?

Clowney Hit Obliterates Entire State of Michigan

Just in case you somehow missed it Although it’s much more fun to watch when an Ohio State player does it, South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney’s hit on Michigan’s Vincent Smith during the Outback Bowl was one for the record books. According to an article on Buzzfeed it appears that thanks to the wonders of the […]

Woody Hayes, a National Championship and the Tale of the Toppled Top

Highlights from the 1954 Ohio State/Michigan game–before the goal post was toppled During the summer of 1954, things didn’t look good for the Ohio State Buckeyes. After two losing seasons, fourth-year coach W.W. “Woody” Hayes was facing possible termination and considering the abrupt end of a number of recent Ohio State coaches (five in the […]