Michigan Has Banned 1 Color From Its Facility
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According to TheWolverine.com, the Wolverines have banned the color red from the Michigan facility. The ban is reportedly all-encompassing and even includes red Gatorade... Does this really do anything for a player's mindset? Like, should LSU ban anything crimson from campus?
(The Spun)
Filed Under: NCAA Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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22 Comments
Stupid.
Reply2 months
That’s the best flavor Gatorade
Reply2 months
Citrus Cooler is the best flavor Gatorade.
2 months
Mr Harbough?
2 months
Grownups playing a child's game...gonna take my ball and go home...my daddy can beat up your daddy
Reply2 months
Dumb...why don't they just admit they are afraid of the Buckeyes and can't beat them!
Reply2 months
So are the bucks afraid of them as well? they do the same thing...
2 months
They should just try winning.
Reply2 months
Try winning more
Reply2 months
So they are copying everything Ohio State does? Call them the school down south next...
Reply2 months
So the answer to getting out coached, out recruited and out played is banning a color? So Ohio State must have banned maize color covertly years ago.
Reply2 months
It's a shame Schembechler and his team doctor never wore red.
Reply2 months
Ohio State owns Michigan, so whatever
Reply2 months
Is Harbaugh still the coach?
Reply2 months
How long before LSU bans all things white from campus?
Reply2 months
I would have guessed it was Khaki brown that is banned from the facility. So im now really confused.
Reply2 months
Sure this will wipe out 20 years of being embarrassed every November
Reply2 months
lol and and another cheesy recruiting play...cringe
Reply2 months
If I was getting owned by my biggest rival I may want to remove anything that reminded me of them, too.
Reply2 months
There's a bleeding vagina joke in there somewhere.
Reply2 months
Too little, too late. This should have been a year one thing.
Reply2 months
Whatever helps him feel better about getting crushed by OSU every year
Reply2 months
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