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Michigan, Ohio State Assistant Coaches Are Subtweeting Each Other Over A Recruit

This won't surprise you, but the coaching staffs at Ohio State and Michigan don't like each other very much. It looks like they are going at it, yet again, this week.

This past weekend, Buckeyes running back recruit Kareem Walker took an official visit to Michigan, despite being committed to Ohio State. While it's unclear as to whether OSU's staff was upset by the move, a Michigan assistant, Chris Patridge, tweeted out an interesting quote regarding insecurity Tuesday night. Eleven Warriors alerted us to the news.

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Ohio State running backs coach Tony Alford, Wednesday morning, also tweeted out his thoughts about insecurity. It's unlikely that it's coincidence.

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">@rydog2729 No shots fired!! Way above that!! Just facts of life from my opinion. Again, just my opinion. Take it or leave it!!

— Coach Tony Alford (@CoachTonyAlford)

@rydog2729 No shots fired!! Way above that!! Just facts of life from my opinion. Again, just my opinion. Take it or leave it!!

— Coach Tony Alford (@CoachTonyAlford) October 14, 2015

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Ohio State and Michigan are set to play on Saturday, November 28. There may be more on the line than many had originally thought.

[Eleven Warriors]