Ohio State 42, Michigan 41—Final
What a game.
Four-loss Michigan, as 16-point underdogs, had a chance to tie the game with 32 seconds left after Devin Gardner connected with Devin Funchess for a touchdown. Instead of kicking the tying extra point, Brady Hoke opted to go for two, and Tyvis Powell made the play of the year for the Buckeyes, picking off Gardner's pass to secure the victory.
Both teams were very effective offensively.
Ohio State piled up 526 total yards against Michigan, including 393 rushing yards. The Wolverines gashed the Buckeyes defense for 603 total yards, fueled by 451 passing yards and five total touchdowns from Devin Gardner.
Both teams went back and forth, but in the end, the Buckeyes managed to cap their second consecutive undefeated regular season with one of the most classic Ohio State-Michigan games in history.
We watched the game and provided live analysis all afternoon.
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