Sister Jean Gets Trolled By Michigan Bank Ahead Of Final Four

Sister Jean is quickly learning that with attention comes the haters. The 98-year-old team chaplain of Loyola-Chicago has become America’s sweetheart during the Cinderella team’s run through the 2018 NCAA Tournament, but leading up to their Final Four matchup against Michigan she has Wolverines fans feeling spicy.

We first heard Jalen Rose’s 100-year-old grandma throwing shade at Sister Jean, and now a Michigan bank is joining in on the trend.

A bank sponsored a sign that took a shot at Sister Jean with a clever pun, referencing the school’s fight song.

A for effort, F for making fun of a nun.

Here’s the sign:

Sister Jean has nothing on UofM basketball. Picture courtesy of @bankofannarbor pic.twitter.com/yodTeZ6PFb

— Dave Bondy (@DaveBondyTV) March 28, 2018

Next up for Loyola-Chicago is a meeting with No. 3 seed Michigan in the national semifinals. The two teams are set to face off at the Alamodome in San Antonio on March 31. Tip-off is set for 6:09 p.m. ET on TBS.