The state of Ohio has made it easy. It should not, but it did.
The Buckeyes went en route to a 62-39 victory all over Michigan. In the Wolverines they almost fell by 69 points, although Urban Meyer could regret keeping the pedal down, as Demetrius Knox suffered a seasonal injury. Even without a final touchdown, Ohio's win was the most scored point in the rivalry.
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The Buckeyes built their first full game of the season when it was urgently needed.
The Ohio State offense dominated Michigan defense both in the defense line and in the field. Dwayne Haskins controlled the game and pulled the ball up at will. Michigan's defense had no answers. The Ohio state's defense allowed 39 points, but was given important stops to force the ball to attack, causing the Wolverines to constantly pay.
At some point, the Buckeyes will not dominate the rivalry. Eventually, Michigan will put together a team that consistently competes with its main rival. But this time has not come yet.
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Many occasional Ohio State fans had no idea that Chris Olave even existed before Saturday. They do that now.
Newcomer Wideout had only seven catches in the regular season, but every time he touched the ball against Michigan, the Buckeyes scored. He was the first player to reach the end zone with a 24-yard touchdown reception in just four minutes. The Wolverines scored a pair of field goals, scoring the second touchdown of the game with his second 24-yard catch, extending the lead to 14-6. Later he got a fist fight and blocked the ball in the air. Sevyn Banks grabbed the ball and ran into the end zone to reach the only special team in the match.
It's less a conversation of people screaming, "My team has earned more" and more of people saying, "Your team did not deserve to come in." The fans of Oklahoma do not believe that a team with a loss of 29 points against a team with six wins and several wins with less profit than less talented teams deserves to be present. Fans of the state of Ohio do not believe that a team with such a porous defense should make no top 10 wins and two unconvincing top 25 wins.
In the meantime, Buckeye fans have become massive supporters in Texas, and Sooner fans are all suddenly supporters of the Northwest.
Most people chose Michigan to win, many went with the state of Ohio, few people chose the Buckeyes to blow out the Wolverines, and no person predicted that the Wolverines would anymore Allowed points in the competition game than ever before. But that's exactly what happened. And that's why the moral in Ann Arbor is as low as in the past by Jim Harbaugh in Michigan.
Michigan coaching staff
Jim Harbaugh, Don Brown and Pep Hamilton look bad. In fact, look bad.
Harbaugh and Hamilton were able to make mediocre quarterbacks look like Heisman contenders and lost much of the season from a defense that allowed 51 points for Maryland. They had no creativity in the game visits and did not follow what the former opponents of Ohio had done so well. Instead, they ran the same typical Harbaugh attack the Buckeyes were prepared to stop. On the other side of the ball, as pointed out by Kyle Jones Eleven Warriors Ryan Day, Kevin Wilson and Urban Meyer did everything they wanted to defend Don Brown.
Mike Leach walks downhill. The pirate goes down.
Washington State may have wanted to be in a playoff position if supported by multiple teams. However, the Washington team of Chris Peterson made sure that this possibility was ended. Then, Huskies Defense Coordinator Jimmy Lake said how easy it is to stop Leach's offense. Well, I'm really looking forward to the Leach Lake matchup next year.