Michigan QB J.J. McCarthy drops bomb on Ohio State by stating the truth

When J.J. McCarthy committed to play college football at the University of Michigan, the Wolverines had been dominated by Ohio State on a regular basis.

But that all changed during McCarthy’s freshman season as Michigan flipped the script and ran the Buckeyes straight out of the Big House, winning the game 42-27 in what was one of the most memorable games in Wolverines’ history.

During a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, McCarthy, who was joined by Andrel Anthony and Donovan Edwards, talked about how the Ohio State game is the biggest on their schedule and it is the game they want to win the most.

“For me, that rivalry is very personal…and I won’t dive too deep into that”, said McCarthy. “That was just one of those games where you definitely want to win it a lot more than the other ones. Of course, you want to win every game the way that you want to win every game – but that one was super, super nice to win.”

Then McCarthy went on to drop a bomb on the Buckeyes by stating the truth.

“For us, the whole 10-year stretch of us not winning – that’s all we know is beating Ohio State right now…so we’re going to keep that going.”

McCarthy is 100% correct that he and the other freshmen who were on the roster in 2021 only know about beating Ohio State. That being said, that was only one game and for the Wolverines to truly catch up to the Buckeyes, they are going to have to beat them on a much more regular basis.

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