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Michigan Monday — Army of Darkness

Way back in July of 2015, it was revealed that the University of Michigan had a deal in place to play the Army Black Knights during the 2019 football season. On Saturday, that bill came due, and Michigan had just enough on hand to cover it. The Wolverines came away with a hard-fought and completely draining 24-21 win in double overtime, and Army came away with a cool $1.5 million.

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Michigan Monday: Maize and Blue Raiders

The No. 7 Michigan Wolverines played with their food a little bit on Saturday, but easily defeated the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders 40-21. The Blue Raiders got the first score of the game following a fumble in UM territory by Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson, but the Wolverines would then go on a 40-7 run to end any confusion about how this game was going to go.

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Will Ryan Day Be Changing Buckeyes’ Approach to Michigan Game?

At Ohio State, preparation for the Michigan game has become as much a part of the football program as the buckeye leaf stickers applied to the players’ helmets. Workouts and practices both have periods named after the team up north. The word “Michigan” is not permitted to be spoken, and it’s best not to show up to the football facilities decked out in blue.

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The-Ozone Rewind: Michigan On Right Track With Hiring Of Harbaugh, 2015

October 27, 2002 | Ohio State’s 2002 win over Penn State is a landmark in OSU lore due to Chris Gamble’s pick six that gave the Buckeyes another heart-stopping victory during their national championship season. For many of those who experienced it in Ohio Stadium, they will tell you that Gamble’s interception and return is the loudest the…

Tyvis Powell Interception Ohio State Michigan 2013
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The-Ozone Rewind: That Time Michigan Said Speed Was Overrated, 2013

February 13, 2013 | Prior to Jim Harbaugh’s arrival at Michigan, Brady Hoke was the Michigan Man in charge for the Wolverines. Hoke was constantly out on the recruiting trail looking for other Michigan Men to join his program. One specific area where they were looking for such models of inconsistency was at wide receiver, and boy did they find them.