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Michigan’s Karan Higdon Guarantees Win Over Ohio State

Any concerns whether the Ohio State football team would be inspired for its game against arch-rival Michigan have probably been answered. Monday, Wolverine running back Karan Higdon followed in his coach’s footsteps and guaranteed a win over the Buckeyes this Saturday. A reporter referenced the fact that then-Michigan quarterback Jim Harbaugh guaranteed a win over OSU in 1986, and asked if Higdon would do the same this year. “Yeah, I do,” Higdon said. “That’s how I feel. I believe firmly in my brothers, and this team, and this coaching staff, and as a captain, I’ll take that stand. Why not?”

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Ohio State vs. Michigan: Kickoff Time, Tickets, TV, Streaming, Weather

Ohio State vs. Michigan. That’s pretty much all you need to say. The Game will once again determine which of the Big Ten’s traditional powers will win the Eastern Division, go to the Big Ten Championship Game, and have a shot to play in the College Football Playoff. Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy Ohio State vs. Michigan… other than heartburn and possibly blood pressure medication, anyway…

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Opening Lines Released, Ohio State Underdog to Michigan at Home for First Time Since 2004

For the first time since 2004, the Wolverines will come into Columbus and they won’t be the underdogs. The opening lines for next weekend’s college football slate have been released and Michigan has been installed as a 3.5-point favorite over Ohio State. Of course, the last time Michigan entered Ohio State as favorites, they…

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Ohio State Pulls The Plug On Mirror Lake Jump

A beloved Michigan Week tradition has literally gone down the drain in Columbus this year. The annual Mirror Lake Jump, an annual exercise in school spirit and questionable decision-making won’t happen this year. That’s because there’s no water to jump into. The school drained the lake last week in an effort to end the decades-old tradition of students jumping in during the week of the Michigan game.