As the regular season is coming to a close, the Michigan Wolverines will spend the holiday weekend in Columbus, OH to play the biggest game of the season. In a matchup that fans have been anxiously awaiting all of fall, the No. 4 ranked Wolverines will finally face the No. 10 Ohio State Buckeyes.

The first encounter between these teams was over 100 years ago in Ann Arbor, where Michigan won 34-0. This is arguably one of the biggest, well-known rivalries in college football. Michigan currently stands with a winning record of 58 wins to 49 OSU loses. The Wolverines are hoping to add another win to that record this weekend and clinch a spot in the Big Ten Championship game.

Harbaugh has struggled for a win against the Buckeyes in his past three years as head coach, currently standing 0-3. The spread current sits at four, in favor of the Wolverines. With the way this season has gone and holding a spot in the top 4 of the CFP, this might be the year for a win.

On average, the Buckeyes put up more points per game than the Wolverines. However, Ohio State will be up against the No. 1 defense in the country, who also consider this the most important game of 2018. It’s said that stats don’t matter when it’s Michigan vs Ohio State. Both teams come hungry for a win and are ready to play the biggest game of their season.

The Michigan Wolverines are on the last leg of their revenge tour. If they pull off this necessary win, we can see them in Indianapolis on December 1st facing the Northwestern Wildcats.

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Content Creator at Armchair Michigan , The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
My name is Maddy Fri and I am a Communications and English Major at the University of Michigan. I was born and raised a Michigan fan, but only truly began understanding the sport of football during the Brady Hoke era. Still, I remained a true fan and am patiently waiting for Michigan to win a title (and beat OSU). I am, and always will be, loyal to the Detroit Lions – no matter how many times they don’t win a playoff game. Aside from my love for football, Michigan basketball and attending baseball games are a few of my favorite things. I’m excited to join the Armchair team and share my love for Michigan sports. Go blue!
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Content Creator at Armchair Michigan , The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
My name is Maddy Fri and I am a Communications and English Major at the University of Michigan. I was born and raised a Michigan fan, but only truly began understanding the sport of football during the Brady Hoke era. Still, I remained a true fan and am patiently waiting for Michigan to win a title (and beat OSU). I am, and always will be, loyal to the Detroit Lions – no matter how many times they don’t win a playoff game. Aside from my love for football, Michigan basketball and attending baseball games are a few of my favorite things. I’m excited to join the Armchair team and share my love for Michigan sports. Go blue!

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