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You gotta love social media, especially when it comes to the passionate musings of sports fans. That was never clearer than on Saturday afternoon's latest episode of "The Game," as Ohio State embarrassed Michigan in the second half.
Things looked pretty good in the first half, although the Buckeyes dropped a few points due to a few errors and missed chances in a half where they looked like the far better team. It just wasn't meant to be in a second half full of botched tasks, undisciplined play and lack of fire.
Twitter didn't have it after the game as many in Buckeye Nation and beyond took to the free app to share their feelings. We don't love misery, but it loves company, so here we go.
That's probably friendly
How Michigan makes Ohio State
— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) November 26, 2022
Or anything close to that...
Ohio State gave up five touchdowns from 45+ yards and scored just three points in the second half. Can't have that combo.
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) November 26, 2022
That's probably going too far
Ryan Day trying to get into the Ohio State facility tomorrow:
— Brian Y (@byysports) November 26, 2022
Well, it's true that that's how things are measured in the state of Ohio
Any Ohio national coach's overall record will look impressive. 3/4 of their schedule is Rutgers and Northwestern (no disrespect).
Day was blown out twice by Michigan, blown out by Alabama in the title game and lost to Oregon at home. It is what it is.
— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) November 26, 2022
Unfortunately, this is how it looks now...
Ohio State fans chant 'WE WANT URBAN' as he breaks down loss lmaooo
— Kevin Harrish (@Kevinish) November 26, 2022
I remember those (those) days...
The 1990s are back. Tennessee is good again. Tulane is good. Everyone is playing a new Pokémon game. And talented Ohio State squads poop their pants against Michigan. The rivalry has shifted. It's 1996 again.
— Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) November 26, 2022
Well, don't hold back now
Complete embarrassment.
Utter and utter embarrassment from this team and the Ohio State coaching staff.
— Hayden Grove (@H_Grove) November 26, 2022
I'll be the first to say - maybe it's time to reprioritize some things in your life
The story goes on

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