There’s no secret there is bad blood and hatred that flows from the veins of fans from Michigan and Ohio when it comes to the final Saturday in November. For all the trash talk and all the hatred, the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry is one, according to former quarterback John Navarre that is all about respect. In the heat of battle there is hatred, but when the clock shows triple-zero and the score is what it is, the respect between the two clubs is ultimately what’s left. Check out what he had to say in an interview with the B1G Network:
— Michigan On BTN (@MichiganOnBTN) November 27, 2021
Navarre was a quarterback for the Wolverines from 2000-2003, 33-10 record, and going .500 against “that team from Ohio.” He threw for 9,014 yards in his career and tossed 70 touchdowns against 30 interceptions. Playing Ohio State four times over his career, he may know a thing or two about the rivalry.