Former Ohio State football player C.J. Stroud continues to talk trash about other college teams

The former Ohio State football player isn't afraid to let his feelings known about other football programs.

Feb 17, 2024; Houston, Texas, USA; Houston Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud attends the game between
Feb 17, 2024; Houston, Texas, USA; Houston Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud attends the game between / Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

A lot of former Ohio State football players have plenty of pride in the Buckeyes. Most of them understand that their time in Columbus is part of what helped them get to the NFL. C.J. Stroud knows that and has voiced multiple times his affinity for his alma mater.

Stroud's love for the Ohio State Buckeyes has caused him to talk trash about some other college teams. Last week, Stroud clowned on Florida while he was talking to former Gator Fred Taylor. His disdain for the SEC is clear because he just talked trash about another SEC program.

While talking with Cam Newton, Stroud flat-out says "Auburn sucks". Auburn is obviously where Newton played his college ball and where he won a Heisman Trophy. You can see Stroud's comments and Cam's reaction in the video below. There is some vulgarity in the clip from Newton, so view discretion is advised.

Stroud clearly loves college football. He's a fan just like the rest of us are. It's a shame that he wasn't able to win a Big Ten title as a starter. Ryan Day's stubbornness cost him that opportunity. He did almost beat Georgia by playing the best game of his career though.

I enjoy seeing Stroud take shots at other programs. It's fun! Newton is just as passionate about his Auburn Tigers as Stroud is about the Ohio State football program. This is the beauty of college football. Everyone has an opinion on their favorite program and about how other teams stink.

Stroud enjoyed a great rookie year and should only get better from this point on. If he keeps improving, he could end up being one of the best quarterbacks in the league. He's already the best Ohio State quarterback to ever play in the NFL, but Justin Fields can still change that.