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Denard Robinson broke this massive 67-yard touchdown run to give Michigan the lead with less than a minute to go in the half. Shoelace broke through two would be tacklers and then was off to the races and no one came close to him afterwards. Denard has 124 yards on 6 carries and will look to add to his totals after the half.
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Michigan Football lost at Ohio State on Saturday by a final score of 26-21. The Wolverines took a 21-20 lead into halftime, but were unable to even penetrate into Ohio State territory in the second half.
Michigan received the ball to start the second stanza and seemed ready to punt on a 4th down and 2 from their own 48 yard line. In fact they were ready to punt and had the punt team...
COLUMBUS, Ohio Denard Robinson was a jack of all trades in the first quarter Saturday against Ohio State.
Robinson lined up at quarterback in the shotgun formation on Michigans first play from scrimmage, and eluded penetration to gallop for 38 yards around right end.
Nicknamed Shoelaces for regularly losing his cleats, which he does not tie, Robinson was true to form on that run...
Last week, the Michigan Wolverines debuted a new, exciting offensive scheme.
Why didn't they use it against Ohio State?
Against Iowa, Devin Gardner spent most of the game at quarterback, with Denard Robinson at his new superback slot. Robinson lined up at running back, slot receiver and took some direct snaps in the shotgun.
Robinson was the focus of the Hawkeyes defense...
Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson is known to have quite the set of wheels, but his toughness rating jumped to another level Saturday against Ohio State.
Robinson, who was running up the field behind some solid blocking, found himself in the middle of a tackling sandwich by two Buckeye defenders, who collided into him with airborne hits from either side.
But the joke was on the...
Brady Hoke joins his “Team” as they enter the field in The Big House by jumping up to touch the Go Blue M Club Supports You banner in one of the country’s greatest college football traditions. “THE TEAM, THE TEAM, THE TEAM.” If you are a life-long fan of the Michigan Wolverines, you are familiar with those words that highlighted iconic coach Bo Schembechler’s legendary...
This is a scary sight for opposing defenses
Michigan vs Ohio State 2012 will kick off at noon on Saturday in Columbus. The game will be televised on ABC/ESPN. For a complete game preview click here: Michigan vs Ohio State. For the Extra Points, read on.
Last week Devin Gardner became the first Big Ten player with 3 passing and rushing touchdowns in same game since Indiana’s Antwaan...
The Michigan Wolverines had an opportunity to beat the Ohio State Buckeyes for the second consecutive year but couldn’t get it done.
The Wolverines had a halftime 21-20 lead but unfortunately in the second half the conservative play-calling and missed opportunities along with some defense that was less than stellar allowed the Buckeyes to dominate the half and earn a 26-21 victory...
A group of Michigan and Ohio State players got into it with each other during warmups before their big rivalry game. See video here.
This week is rivalry week in college football. That means you get a lot of awesome games with cool names like “The Iron Bowl” (Alabama-Auburn) and “The Holy War” (BYU-Utah). But only one of these rivalry games can claim an actual war in the history of its geographic region.
That’s the Michigan Wolverines vs. the Ohio State Buckeyes, or “The Game,” as it’s called....
Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan Wolverines
November 24, 2012
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Ohio State vs. Notre Dame. The game that will never be.
Ohio State 34
A perfect season for Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes, but a shame these Bucks won't be able to see how...
One of college football's greatest rivalries will be renewed today when the undefeated Ohio State Buckeyes play host to the Michigan Wolverines. As you can see, things got a little chippy between the two teams during the pregame. It should make for a fantastic Big 10 contest.