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Joe Burrow Has Surprising Take On Ohio State vs Michigan, Alabama vs LSU

Joe Burrow Has Surprising Take On Ohio State vs Michigan, Alabama vs LSU

Joe Burrow Has Surprising Take On Ohio State vs Michigan, Alabama vs LSU

Joe Burrow has a surprising take on Ohio State vs Michigan and  Alabama vs LSU as rivalries.

Burrow, of course, is set to star in this weekend’s looming match-up between the Crimson Tide and the Tigers, so he is a bit biased in that regard.

What makes his opinion unique, though, is that Burrow served as a backup quarterback for Ohio State before arriving in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

While doing interviews regarding this weekend’s coming match-up, Burrow was presented with an interesting question: how does the Alabama vs LSU rivalry compare to Ohio State vs Michigan?

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“Ohio State-Team Up North is a real good one,” he replied.

“It’s hard to answer that when you’re in the middle of both of them.

“That’s a question for me in two years when I look back and reflect on it.”

Burrow’s inability to make a decision makes sense, because each rivalry brings something unique to the table.

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Obviously the Buckeyes and Wolverines have been hated rivals for a very long time, and the disgust the two fanbases have for each other is unparalleled.

That being said, the SEC has been the best conference in college football for a while now – and Alabama vs LSU has been the more meaningful game for championship aspirations for the better part of a decade.

There is really no wrong answer here, but given how sensitive all the fanbases involved are, it is hard to fault Burrow for his non-response.

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Anthony Amador

A recent graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.

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