Ohio State leaves word ‘Michigan’ off national championship trophy
Every chance Ohio State gets to stick it to Michigan, it does. And the Buckeyes' latest jab at the Wolverines will stand for some time, etched eternally in a trophy on Ohio State's campus.
The 2014 National Championship trophy, now sitting in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center at Ohio State, features the 15 games the Buckeyes played during their title run, including the postseason wins over Wisconsin, Alabama and Oregon. Only one team isn't listed on the trophy: Michigan.
In place of the Wolverines, Ohio State included the letters "TUN," which stands for "Team Up North," the term the Buckeyes use for their Big Ten rival.