So I recently rasterbated an image I found online of a Bo quote and put it on my cube wall.
Shortly thereafter one of my OSU homer coworkers sent me the following link:
This is an excerpt, which I would love someone to fact-check. If its true, thats fine - but being as it has no reference, I'm very skeptical.
The War's aftermath: Schembechler vs. Earle Bruce (1979–87)
Earle Bruce took over for Hayes and led the Buckeyes to a 5–4 record against Schembechler's Wolverines between 1979 and 1987, perhaps the most balanced stretch of the storied rivalry, during which neither team won more than two consecutive games. In 1987, Bruce was fired in the week before the Michigan game due to a poor season record, but was allowed to coach anyway, and the inspired Buckeyes (each wearing a sweatband labeled "Earle") won an upset over the heavily favored Wolverines. After the game, Bo Schembechler told Bruce, "I always mind losing to Ohio State but I didn't mind so much today." After 1987, the series stood at 46–33–5 in favor of UM.