New England Patriots superstar quarterback Tom Brady was unhappy the way the Michigan Wolverines played in their 62-39 loss against their rivals, the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday.
His alma mater let him down once again as he lost another bet with a teammate that played at Ohio State.
The bet this time was against teammate Nate Ebner, as per Tyler Sullivan of 247Sports.
“Unfortunately, I lost a bet to Nate Ebner and already paid him his money,” Brady said, via WEEI.com. “I have to wear some ridiculous outfit, but man, freakin’ Wolverines. They can’t win a big game, man. That was pretty crappy to watch.”
As part of the deal, the three-time Most Valuable Player will wear Buckeye colors this week.
“We’ve lost to them so much,” he added. “I feel like I never win any of these bets. That’s alright. I’ll keep trying.”
Brady played for Michigan for four seasons. There he would lead the Wolverines to the 1999 Florida Citrus Bowl and the 2000 Orange Bowl, both of which ended up being wins.
He holds a respectable 3-1 record against Michigan’s biggest rivals while in college. But the Wolverines have had trouble scoring a win against the Buckeyes recently.
Since 2012, Ohio State has won eight straight games against the Wolverines, with their win Saturday being one of their best against them in that stretch.
Current Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh still can’t solve the Buckeyes and he hasn’t had success against them in his four-season tenure with the team. Brady surely isn’t the only Wolverines fan getting frustrated with their lack of success against Ohio State.