The Wolverines' fan still isn't over that epic double-overtime game.
Count the greatest Olympian in United States history among those still not over Michigan's double-overtime loss to Ohio State at the end of the 2016 season.
Michael Phelps, who attended Michigan before turning pro, thinks the spot on J.T. Barrett's fourth-down run was not good.
"We got screwed," he jokingly said to ESPN's Adam Rittenberg.
The Spot was perhaps the most-controversial play of the 2016 college football season.
Fans have even made frame-by-frame videos to back up their arguments.
While he's upset about the allegedly bad spot, Phelps is glad the rivalry is at such a prominent level.
"Having that rivalry back in sports is so fun,” Phelps told ESPN. “You see two great coaches coming at each other to have an amazing game, you always see great hits and how the game is supposed to be played. Except last year. Hopefully moving forward we can get some better calls."
Perhaps we'll see Phelps on the sideline of the Michigan-Ohio State game this season.