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How college rivalries spill into NFL locker rooms


ASHBURN, Va. — The shirt did not look right on Washington Commanders receiver Terry McLaurin, but a bet’s a bet.

He put on Michigan colors. A player reared in scarlet and gray now had to don maize and blue thanks to Ohio State’s loss to the Wolverines last year. Two days after the game, McLaurin showed up in a team meeting wearing the Michigan top with teammate Khaleke Hudson’s name and No. 7 on the back.

It’s a ritual that plays out in every NFL locker room during the season, a player losing…



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