Editorial

Michigan Bans Red Gatorade In Latest Pathetic Ohio State Feud Stunt

David Hookstead Sports And Entertainment Editor
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Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines just can’t help themselves when it comes to Ohio State.

According to Fansided, Rivals.com reported that red Gatorade is banned from team facilities because of the rivalry with OSU. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Yes, OSU is focused on winning national titles and Michigan is focused on the color of Gatorade players and recruits can drink. I wonder which one will be more successful.

You almost just have to feel bad for Michigan fans at this point. This situation is beyond parody. Harbaugh has never beaten OSU, won the B1G East, appeared in the B1G title game, won the conference or appeared in the playoff.

Yet, he apparently has the time to hang banners about beating the Buckeyes and banning drink colors. It’s a circus in Ann Arbor and Harbaugh is the main clown.

Michigan should be way less worried about red Gatorade and a hell of a lot more worried about how they’re going to bounce back from a 2-4 season as Harbaugh’s fate hangs in the balance.

Or, the program can continue with these shticks and antics and see how far it gets them. Seeing as how the Wolverines play Washington, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Indiana, Penn State and Ohio State in 2021, I wouldn’t hold my breath for a lot of success!

Fans need to start revolting against this circus if they ever expect to be good again. Trust me, banning red Gatorade isn’t going to get you on the same stage as OSU, Clemson and Alabama.