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Ohio State and Michigan don’t have enough to talk trash about. It’s April. Football season is four months and change away. That didn’t stop Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller from trolling Michigan. The Wolverines’ spring game brought out about 15,000 fans to Michigan Stadium. The Buckeyes’ spring game attracted 61,058.
And better yet, if you’re a Buckeye fan, Ohio State charged $5 to attend. Michigan charged nothing.
Michigan’s attendance paled in comparison to other big schools (via cleveland.com):
Penn State Saturday, 72,000 (free, plus free autograph session)
Tennessee Saturday 66,548 (free)
Nebraska Saturday 61,772 ($10)
Ohio State Saturday 61,058 ($5, price originally $20 and $12)
Florida State Saturday 36,500 (free)
Florida Saturday 35,834 ($5)
Other big schools yet to play their spring game include:
Alabama April 19
Michigan State April 26
[Thanks to Full Scale Sports for the heads up]
BEST OF MAXIM
Braxton Miller didn't participate in Ohio State's spring game on Saturday, as he continued recovering from shoulder surgery.
Miller will return to the Buckeyes for his senior season, and he is 2-1 in the rivalry game against the Wolverines.
After the scrimmage, Miller took to twitter afterwards to let everyone know who he thinks has the best fans in the Big Ten.
Ohio State and Michigan both have huge fan bases, but this past week, the Buckeyes drew a much larger crowd for their Spring Game than did the Wolverines. OSU quarterback Braxton Miller decided to point out that fact on Twitter Sunday afternoon. As you can imagine, Buckeyes fans loved it – Wolverines fans weren’t as thrilled.
— BRAXTON MILLER (@BraxtonMiller5...
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Urban Meyer and Cardale Jones speak to the media following Ohio State's spring game.