Ohio Gov. John Kasich Bans Letter ‘M’ Ahead Of Michigan Game

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John Kasich is once again calling on all Ohioans to avoid using the “unlucky 13th letter” of the alphabet ahead of Ohio State’s game against rival Michigan.

In his annual tongue-in-cheek #ScarlettLetterSaturday resolution, the governor pulled no punches, hinting that Michigan “may very well achieve a full title by 2037 via installment plan.”

Take a look at Kasich’s Tweet, and have a chuckle.

The proclamation also urges the Buckeyes to win one for Terry Glenn, the former wide receiver who was killed in a car accident earlier this week. According to Dan Hope from Eleven Warriors, the Buckeyes will spend some time Saturday honoring Glenn.

Tomorrow, we will find out if governor’s tweet will spur the Buckeyes to victory, and if Harbaugh will break out some special edition khakis for the occasion.