OSU Michigan: Game 2021, RIvalry, Game Radio, Live

The OSU Michigan–Ohio State football rivalry, referred to as The Game by some followers, is an American college football rivalry game played annually between the University of Michigan Wolverines and the Ohio State University Buckeyes.

OSU Michigan: Game 2021, RIvalry, Game Radio, Live

Game 2021:

While the Wolverines’ defensive front gave up 458 total yards, they forced two fumbles and sacked CJ Stroud four times, including three times on fourth down. The Buckeyes also didn’t help themselves and racked up 10 penalties for 66 yards, including five false starts on offense and a pass interference call on defense.

Michigan will now advance to the Big Ten title game where the Wolverines will face Iowa or Wisconsin, while Ohio State will look to try and make a New Years’ Six bowl to close out its season.

Rivalry:

No. 5 Michigan took down No. 2 Ohio State on Saturday to win the Big East Division title and earn a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Hassan Haskins rushed for five touchdowns, becoming the first Michigan player to do that against Ohio State.

Everyone calls this place the Big House, but everybody who’s been for a game knows it’s almost never all that loud here. It’s crowded, sure — 110,000 of your closest friends (and some enemies) — but the noise mostly evaporates from the bowled bleacher seats into the air.

Game Radio:

OSU Michigan: Game 2021, RIvalry, Game Radio, Live

Here we go Buckeye fans… Ohio State vs. Michigan for all the Big Ten East marbles. This is the way college football is supposed to be!

These teams are 10-1 and head into Saturday’s matchup with the highest-ranking between the two since the double-overtime classic in 2016. The Bucks have been impressive with back-to-back victories over ranked opponents.

First meeting October 16, 1897
Michigan 34, Ohio State 0
Latest meeting November 27, 2021
Michigan 42, Ohio State 27
Next meeting November 26, 2022

Live:

Date: Saturday, Nov. 27

Time: Noon EST

TV: Fox

Live Stream: fuboTV

The Wolverines have looked like a much-improved team since a fourth-quarter meltdown that resulted in a loss to in-state rival Michigan State. Since then, Michigan has dispatched Penn State and Maryland, both on the road.

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