Michigan continues to ripoff Ohio State tradition for winning 'The Game.'

It’s becoming increasingly evident that the Michigan football program has tried to emulate Ohio State more than it will ever admit.

From adding signage in the football facilities to embracing ‘The Game’ between the Buckeyes ,

and Wolverines in a more aggressive manner,

 Jim Harbaugh and company are doing their best to get the upper hand in a rivalry that became one-sided for almost two decades.

For further proof, the Michigan football program shared details of a charm that was designed and handed out to the members of the football team for the win over Ohio State last November.

 The Wolverines did the same thing the previous year, so apparently, there’s no such thing as imitation being too much of a good thing.

The Buckeyes have been handing out gold charm pants for every victory over Michigan since 1934 and that continues to this day.

Take a look at the front and back of a charm that made the rounds on the Michigan Football Twitter,

 account that commemorated the Wolverines’ second-straight win over Ohio State on the football field.