Found November 24, 2012 on College Football Section:
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The Wolverines and Buckeyes got into it a little bit on the sideline of the game during warmups. Shoving, pushing, swinging all included. The Buckeyes are playing in their “bowl game” today against the Wolverines since they won’t be allowed to play in the post-season even if they happen to be 12 – 0. [HT TheBigLead] Related Posts Ohio State: Undefeated and completely forgotten outside of Ohio Michigan Wolverine’s 2012 Sugar Bowl ring Ohio State schedule calls Michigan “that team up north”

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