The Michigan Wolverines and Ohio State Buckeyes have one of the most prestigious and bitter rivalries in all of sports, so if a 62-39 loss to OSU lat season at the Horseshoe and dropping their seventh straight matchup in the series wasn't a painful enough pill to swallow, defection to the enemy is straight-up torture. Just ask Chris Partridge.
Chris Partridge: ‘I’ve got blood in my mouth ... the guys who left (for Ohio State), that’s not OK.’— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) April 11, 2019
A bit fired up. pic.twitter.com/3HFMDfn69K
Partridge, currently serving as safeties and special teams coach for the Maize and Blue, is referring to Greg Mattison
#Michigan has played itcool this offseason regarding questions about Greg Mattison and Al Washington leaving for OSU.— Maize n Brew (@MaizenBrew) April 11, 2019
Chris Partridge isn’t having any of it, slamming the move on Thursday saying, "Those guys left and it was another shot. It wasn’t OK" https://t.co/rRbUX70cPd pic.twitter.com/5XvuowIWWm
While head coach Jim Harbaugh seemed a bit more mellow over the departure of these two coaches -- who did see a large pay increase to join the Scarlett and Gray -- Partridge presses on that no matter what.
"It isn't okay."