Ohio State Professor, Victim of Terrorist Stabbing Attack: ‘We Still Beat Michigan’

Ashley Greivenkamp
The Associated Press
Columbus, OH

On Saturday, one of the greatest college football games in recent memory occurred at Ohio State, with the Buckeyes beating the Michigan Wolverines in a dramatic double-overtime thriller.

On Monday, Ohio State became the scene of an entirely different drama, when an 18-year old Somali student named Abdul Razak Ali Artan went on an ISIS-inspired stabbing rampage.

Professor William Clark, one of those wounded by Artan, made sure to point out that despite the terrorist attack, we shouldn’t lose track of the bigger picture. In an interview with WHIO-TV, Professor Clark hit the ultimate priority reset.

“We’re a great university,” he explained. “We still beat Michigan.”

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