“How about I worry about my team and you worry about yours?”

Let’s get ready to rumble!

During a conference call among Big Ten coaches on Monday, Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh reportedly interrupted Ohio State’s Ryan Day and accused the Buckeyes of breaking rules regarding on-field instruction.

Harbaugh asked Day about a photo that purportedly showed Buckeyes assistant Al Washington working with Ohio State’s linebackers. NCAA rules don’t permit on-field instruction until Friday.

“How about I worry about my team and you worry about yours?” Day told Harbaugh, according to Bucknuts.com.

During an Ohio State team meeting later Monday, according to Bucknuts, Day purportedly told his players that the Wolverines better hope for a mercy rule this season because his team was “going to hang 100 on them.”

Talk about your meteor pissing match.  The real enjoyment I take from that cat fight is knowing that somewhere out there Corch regrets not being in the mix.


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14 responses to ““How about I worry about my team and you worry about yours?”

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    They’re both such wonderful guys! Harbaugh who talks the talk all day long, and Ryan Day who learned vindictiveness and pettiness at the feet of the master.

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    • gastr1

      I read that two different sources confirmed the “hang a hundred on them” comment. Can’t wait to see this go down, actually, lol.


  2. These are two programs I may even root for the Handbags against. I need to go wash my mouth out with soap for even thinking that. Day seems to be a total jackass, and Harbaugh has been all hat, no cattle since coming back from the NFL.


  3. Doug

    I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for the Wolverines because UMich was the first place that sent me an acceptance letter back when I was applying to colleges, but that’s really a bitch attitude from Harbaugh. Nobody likes a snitch, my dude.


  4. Ran A


    No fan of Kaki Pants…. Looks like he is taking lessons from Mullen.

    Honestly, Day looks like he is doing a really good job up there.

    Not sure I would want to antagonize the coach of the program that has owned my backside.


  5. practicaldawg

    If the statement “According to Bucknuts…” doesn’t command instant credibility, I don’t know what does

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  6. Uglydawg'

    But if Harbaugh is right, then Day has some ‘splaining to do.
    If one assistant was working with players you know that’s the tip of the iceberg.
    The conference can’t just let an out in the open accusation from the head coach at Michigan just lie there un-investigated, can it?
    If JH was willing to say that right out in the open, you know he will probably file a formal complaint. At least I hope so.
    It would be fun to see this thing develop into a Fulmer/’Bama type of fiasco.
    If Harbaugh is nothing else, he is principled (which distinguishes him from Fulmer) and I doubt he would purposely break a rule for any reason. (I also don’t believe he will ever beat Ohio State.) And watching Day flaunt the rules is a hard pill to swallow.
    It’s possible that Day and anOSU may feel like they are above the rules.


  7. BuffaloSpringfield

    For What it’s Worth:
    What a functional name for the OSU blog…….Bucknuts, from Woody, Tressel, Corch and Day. Might have left one out in the line of complete assdom.