Ohio State receivers coach tweets response to Michigan recruiting flier after Buckeyes' win


There is no love lost in the Michigan Ohio State rivalry and apparently there is also no memory loss, either. Back in June, Ohio State receivers coach Zach Smith got a hold of a recruiting picture Michigan coaches had sent to wide receiver recruits.

The picture compared Smith’s resumé to that of Michigan passing game coordinator and receivers coach Jedd Fisch, asking prospects which coach they would rather trust their future with.

Naturally, Smith wasn’t fond of the picture and Tweeted it out with his opinion.

Smith held on to that flier and once the Buckeyes were back in the locker room after a 42-13 win over the Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Smith took to Twitter once again to ask prospects now who they would trust their future with.

Ohio State only had 113 receiving yards to Michigan’s 307, but that was partially because running back Ezekiel Elliott couldn’t be stopped on the ground. Elliott ran for 214 yards to go with J.T. Barrett’s 139 rushing yards to combine for five rushing touchdowns.

Smith’s point was made, though, as he hasn’t lost to Michigan in his four seasons spent with Ohio State.