Michigan QB Jake O’Korn trolls Michigan State fans over education

College football is just around the corner which means it is time for fans to sharpen their trolling skills to ensure they are in top form for the upcoming season. That seems to be what a group of Michigan State Spartans fans were getting into over the weekend, but their plan hit a bit of a snag.

Michigan Wolverines quarterback Jake O’Korn was one of the tens of thousands of fans in attendance for this weekend’s soccer game between Real Madrid and Chelsea at Michigan Stadium.

During the game, O’Korn spotted some Spartans fans attempting to troll the Wolverines by posing with a Michigan State flag as the field sat in the background.

Unfortunately, they missed one major detail and O’Korn decided to call them out for it.

Let this be a fair warning: If you’re attempting to troll a rival, make sure you have your flag or sign flipped in the proper direction. Here is the Spartans failed attempt:

https://twitter.com/JohnOKorn/status/759794941879025664

Hey, better luck next time.

Since we still have a few weeks until the season officially kicks off, we understand that fans may still be rusty. Just make sure to fine tune those trolling skills before the end of the month.

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