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Ohio State's Aaron Craft Takes Shot At Michigan, Calls Toronto Raptors The 'REAL Team Up North'

A closeup of Aaron Craft reacting to an Ohio State basketball game.

EAST LANSING, MI - JANUARY 07: Aaron Craft #4 of the Ohio State Buckeyes reacts late in the second half after tying the game while playing the Michigan State Spartans at the Jack T. Breslin Student Events Center on January 7, 2014 in East Lansing, Michigan. Michigan State won the game 72-68 in overtime. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

At Ohio State, Michigan isn't to be called "Michigan," they're referred to as "The Team Up North."

As the school the Buckeyes' hate, the Wolverines are not to be referenced by name. Under Urban Meyer's leadership, anyone associated with the Ohio State football program getting caught saying "Michigan" is often punished with a penance of pushups. Michigan follows suit, calling Ohio State "Ohio." 

Today, former Buckeye guard Aaron Craft took a shot at Michigan, joking that they're not even the "real" team up north.

">@Raptors for the opportunity! #Eh#DraftDreamspic.twitter.com/enyAutdUNL

— Aaron Craft (@acraft4) June 19, 2014

Aaron Craft is working out for NBA teams in preparation for the upcoming June 26 draft. He is currently projected to go unselected by DraftExpress.com.