May 28, 2024

Prior to Saturday’s rivalry game between Ohio State and Michigan, former quarterback CJ Stroud was more than happy to criticise the Wolverines.

Stroud, who is currently a star for the Houston Texans, made it apparent on Saturday that he believes the Buckeyes will defeat Michigan. Additionally, he hopes that this year’s Wolverines won’t be pilfering any signals.


On “Inside the NFL,” Stroud declared, “I’m very confident, man.” “I’m quite pleased with those guys. They will go up there and fight like crazy, I’m sure of it. I hope that this time they don’t steal any signals.


Naturally, this alludes to the sign-stealing incident that has dominated college football news recently. Prior to the game, Ohio State supporters have already focused heavily on that story.


Ohio State and Michigan are both undefeated coming into this Saturday’s match. As a starter, Stroud was 0-2 against the Wolverines, so he will be hoping to see his old team snap that losing streak.


Despite having his worst turnover total of the season on Sunday, Houston Texans quarterback CJ Stroud’s confidence was undoubtedly unaffected.


Stroud threw three interceptions in a 21-16 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, after having thrown just two interceptions this season heading into the game. Despite those problems, he managed to throw for 2 touchdowns and 336 yards.


Stroud made it very evident following the game that he would not be deterred from taking shots downfield in the future by the three interception game.


Please never stop shooting, Steph Curry. Imma just keep letting it go,” Stroud said to the press.

The Texans must adore the assurance. Despite the turnovers, Stroud demonstrated his ability to make big plays downfield on Sunday. Given how important it has been to his success, they would not want that to change. He actually set a record earlier in the season because he was able to accomplish it without throwing interceptions.


In addition to his play, Stroud is fast becoming a fan favourite due to his remarkable confidence in turning around the Houston

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