The college football season hasn't even started yet, and University of MI head coach Jim Harbaugh is already getting under Ohio State head coach Ryan Day's skin.
If you have not yet heard, Michigan'sJim Harbaugh called out Ohio State'sRyan Day for cheating during Thursday's Big Ten coaches teleconference, prompting Day to tell his team that the league had better have a mercy rule because the Buckeyes are going to hang 100 on the Wolverines this coming season.
Specifically, Harbaugh was referring to a photo circulation on social media that showed Ohio State assistant Al Washington on the field with his team's linebackers.
"How about I worry about my team and you worry about yours?"
Harbaugh interrupted Day during the call and accused the Buckeyes of holding on-field instruction, in apparent violation of NCAA rules which forbid such practices until Friday. Day reportedly snapped back at Harbaugh.
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