Ohio State won its eighth straight game against Michigan on Saturday afternoon. The Buckeyes blew out the Wolverines, 56-27, at the Big House in Ann Arbor.
OSU’s dominance over Michigan has continued into Sunday night.
Former Buckeyes great Bradley Roby picked off Wolverines legend Tom Brady in the first half of tonight’s Texans-Patriots game.
Roby returned the interception to the Patriots’ 6-yard line before getting tripped up by Brady.
OHIO STATE’S DOMINANCE OVER MICHIGAN CONTINUES! pic.twitter.com/dw8oxZ6TpJ
— Bucknuts (@Bucknuts247) December 2, 2019
It’s been a pretty good weekend for the Ohio State football program.
Roby, a former first round NFL Draft pick, starred at cornerback for Ohio State for three seasons. He signed a one-year, $10 million contract with Houston this offseason.
Houston is leading New England, 14-3, late in the first half.