Tom Brady’s rivalry with Ohio State may have been over 20 years ago, but there’s still no love lost between him and Ohio State.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion spent his entire college career at Michigan, specifically in 1998 and 1999. He’s always ready to talk some trash to defend his Wolverines.
So when Houston Texans quarterback and former Ohio State star C.J. Stroud appeared on Monday’s episode of Brady’s “Let’s Go!” podcast, the latter wasn’t shy about making big and weird bets bet.
“Well, we bet,” Brady said. “So, if Ohio State wins…you get one of my Super Bowl rings. If Michigan beats Ohio State, then you gotta give me all your youth, all your agility, all your 40s time and all the years ahead of you.” “NFL.”
While the second half of the trade is scientifically impossible, Brady also has a backup ring in case the second-place Wolverines end up losing to the third-place Buckeyes.
So, regardless of the outcome, it doesn’t appear to be a win for the Goats.
Brady has every reason to be confident, with Michigan currently riding a two-game winning streak against Ohio State, both of which came during Stroud’s time in Columbus. The No. 2 overall pick in this year’s draft has never beaten a team from the North during his tenure.
However, Michigan State may have to do that without coach Jim Harbaugh on the sidelines. He is appealing a three-game ban that will see him miss games over the sign-stealing scandal.
This year’s game between Ohio State and Michigan is scheduled for November 25 at 12 noon ET.