Week 13 of college football the season is in full swing Saturday, starting with a monster showdown between classic rivals No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan, which is underway at the ‘Shoe. Watch The Game live on FOX and the FOX Sports app!
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No. 3 Michigan at No. 2 Ohio State
Q4, 3:19: Signed, sealed, delivered.
Michigan wasted little time capitalizing on the timely interception. Donovan Edwards broke up another massive TD run, this one for 85 yards, giving the Wolverines a 45-23 lead.
Donovan Edwards’ 85-yard touchdown secures Michigan victory
Donovan Edwards’ 85-yard touchdown secures Michigan Wolverines victory
Q4, 4:19 a.m.: Game-changing revenue
With CJ Stroud and the Buckeyes driving late in the fourth quarter, Michigan’s Taylor Upshaw had a huge interception to give the ball back to the Wolverines.
Q4, 7:11: WHAT. A. RUN!
Maintaining an eight-point lead, Michigan took control of the ball and returned to running play. That’s when Donovan Edwards broke up a massive 75-yard touchdown run, giving the Wolverines a 38-23 lead.
Q4, 8:38 a.m.: Big play sets up Ohio State FG
Stroud fired a laser at Emeka Egbuka for 43 yards. That set up an Ohio State field goal to make it 31-23.
Q4, 1:10 p.m.: McCarthy does everything for the Wolverines
Michigan QB JJ McCarthy has the match of his life. On a crucial third play, he kept it himself and ran it for the score, giving Wolverines a 31-20 lead.
Q3, 2:29 a.m.: Michigan shows trickery
Kalel Mullings took over and instead of running down the middle he threw a jump pass to tight end Luke Schoonmaker for a first down.
Q3, 11:56 a.m.: McCarthy has the hat trick!
Michigan came in first after halftime as McCarthy teamed up with Colston Loveland early in the third quarter to put the Wolverines back on top, 24-20.
Michigan’s JJ McCarthy hits Colston Loveland for the 45-yard touchdown
Michigan Wolverines QB JJ McCarthy hits Colston Loveland for the 45-yard touchdown.
Q2, 3:49: We have a track meet
If you like dots, this game is for you! Shortly after Michigan took the lead with a big play, Ohio State fought back. CJ Stroud threw a perfect 42-yard TD pass to Marvin Harrison Jr., giving the Buckeyes a 20-17 advantage.
Ohio State’s CJ Stroud hits Marvin Harrison Jr. for the 42-yard touchdown
Ohio State QB CJ Stroud hits Marvin Harrison Jr. for the 42-yard touchdown to regain the lead, 20-17.
Q2, 5:24 am: Cornelius strikes again
After Ohio State took the lead with a field goal, Michigan fought back with another huge play. McCarthy teamed up with Cornelius Johnson for a whopping 75-yard touchdown to give the Wolverines a 17-13 lead.
JJ McCarthy hits Cornelius Johnson for a 75-yard TD to take the lead
Michigan QB JJ McCarthy hits Cornelius Johnson for a 75-yard TD to take the lead.
Q2, 7:26: WHAT. A PIECE.
McCarthy connected with Johnson, who broke a pair of tackles and fired up the throws, heading into the end zone to level the game.
Q2, 10:41 am: Bringing the pressure
Zach Harrison made his presence felt early in the second quarter. The star defensive end put the pressure on and knocked down a pass attempt from McCarthy.
Q1, 1:19: Up and good
Ohio State’s Noah Ruggles threw a 32-yard field goal to put the Buckeyes ahead, 10-3.
Q1, 7:37: Passing and receiving perfect
McCarthy rushed in and delivered a perfect pass to Ronnie Bell for the big win. That hold set up a field goal, reducing the deficit to 7-3.
Q1, 10:02 a.m.: The Buckeyes strike first!
Ohio State put on an impressive first practice, which ended with a 4-yard strike from Stroud to Emeka Egbuka.
Ohio State’s CJ Stroud finds Emeka Egbuka for the 4-yard TD
Ohio State’s CJ Stroud finds Emeka Egbuka for the 4-yard TD to give the Buckeyes the first 7-0 lead.
11:48 a.m. ET: Passing on Gratitude
TM Rinaldi tells the incredible story of Blake Corum and the massive impact the Heisman prospect is having on and off the court.
10:05 a.m. ET: Blake Corum in the house
Michigan fans love to see it.
8:55 a.m. ET: Ohio State officially closed Tre Veyon Henderson, Jaxon Smith-Njigba
The Buckeyes will miss two stars through injury, among eight players absent from the team. Henderson was injured in last week’s game against Maryland, injuring his foot again. Smith-Njigba was expected to fight for the Heisman this season before a hamstring injury hit him, limiting him to three games this season.
8:40 a.m. ET: Blake Corum reportedly plans to play
Michigan seems to have a big boost, according to an ESPN report this star running back Blake Corum plans to adapt at Ohio State. Corum absorbed a low tackle in the open field in the second quarter of last Saturday’s game against Illinois and immediately grabbed his left knee in pain. Her status was up in the air all week.
Corum is the undisputed focal point of Michigan’s offense this year with 245 carries for 1,457 yards and 18 touchdowns — all of which rank in the top seven nationally. We’ll find out how much he can give Michigan if he actually plays on Saturday.
Stay tuned for updates!
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