The Ohio State and Michigan rivalry is arguably the best in all of college sports. The disdain that Buckeyes and Wolverines have towards each other is so intense, that even if you are not a fan of either team, you can sometimes be caught in the middle of this historic rivalry.
An example of that came today, when two ESPN broadcasters -- Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge -- attended an Ohio State practice. While that seems harmless, the two of them were wearing blue shirts, something Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer would not allow. According to Blackledge, the two had to change out of their shirts and put on OSU clothing.
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This is a funny situation, and it looks like the two broadcasters got a good laugh out of it. We'll see if the duo addresses this tomorrow, as the two are calling Ohio State's game against Virginia Tech.