Tom Brady bets his Super Bowl ring against C.J. Stroud on Michigan beating Ohio State

Tom Brady and C.J. Stroud have a lot at stake ahead of the matchup between their respective alma maters.


Tom Brady bets his Super Bowl ring against C.J. Stroud on Michigan beating Ohio State

C.J. Stroud and Tom Brady (Image via Imago and People)

Tom Brady cannot stay off the football field. The former NFL quarterback whose career spanned 23 years, is still hoping to get his youth back by some miracle. Earlier this week, Brady hosted rookie Houston Texans QB C.J. Stroud on his Let’s Go podcast. One of the many topics that the duo brushed upon was college football.

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Tom Brady played for the Michigan Wolverines, the team that is in the midst of a scandal right now owing to allegations of sign-stealing from their opponents. C.J. Stroud on the other hand is loyal to his alma mater Ohio State. Interestingly enough, next Saturday, the Wolverines are set to take on the Buckeyes.

Tom Brady being the competitive person he is, cannot help but jump at the opportunity to make things a little more interesting. He proposed a bet to Stroud under which, if the Buckeyes were to beat the Wolverines, the quarterback for the Houston Texans would get one of Tom Brady’s Super Bowl rings.

If Ohio State wins… you get one of my Super Bowl rings. And if Michigan beats Ohio State, then you got to give me all your youth, your agility, your time in the 40 and all your future years in the NFL.
Tom Brady on the Let’s Go! Podcast

Tom Brady had asked for the most unusual thing in return

However, if the Buckeyes were to lose the game to the Michigan Wolverines, Tom Brady asked for one of the most bizarre things in return ever. It sounded like something that was attainable only via magic and voodoo.

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Tom Brady Michigan (Image via BVM)

Tom Brady asked C.J. Stroud for his “youth, your agility, your time in the 40, and all your future years in the NFL.” The man is really considering reverting to black magic to get back onto the field. Of course, Tom Brady is kidding, hopefully, he is.

Tom Brady played for the Wolverines and had a 20-5 record as the starter on the team while taking the team to the 1999 Citrus Bowl and the 2000 Orange Bowl. Interestingly enough, he had managed to overcome the threat posed by the Buckeyes back then. C.J. Stroud had a better record in college as he won 21 games while losing just 4. It will be interesting to see how their bet pans out.

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