Ohio State’s CFP trophy leaves off Michigan’s name

The Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines absolutely hate each other. Everyone knows that. Their rivalry was pushed to new heights after the Buckeyes debuted their newest trophy display at Woody Hayes Athletic Center.

According to College Spun, the Buckeyes 2014 National Championship trophy features all the game results from last season. It has all the team names on the display…except the Wolverines of course.

Instead, the display says “TUN” in place of Michigan. That stands for “Team Up North”, which is what the Buckeyes like to refer to their rivals as.

If you ever thought that these two teams didn’t dislike each other, well you now know that they do. Let’s hope the game this year is filled with as much rivalry as the season has been leading up to it.

The Buckeyes and Wolverines meet up in Ann Arbor on November 28.

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