It’s “The Game,” the one that everyone circles on their calendar at the beginning of the season.
Michigan vs. Ohio State.
While this game marks the end of Ohio State’s 2012 season, thanks to NCAA sanctions that prohibit them from participating in the postseason, the Buckeyes are playing for more than pride—they are looking to not only become the sixth team in school history to finish the season undefeated, but to spoil Michigan’s hopes of playing in the Big Ten Championship Game.
Let’s take a look at what the Buckeyes need to do in order to make that a reality.
Braxton Miller Needs To Get Back on Track
Over his last four games, Miller is completing less than 50 percent of his passes (49.3 percent), with only three touchdowns and two interceptions.
While he’s added four more touchdowns running the ball, he’s coming off of an awful game against Wisconsin where he accounted for only 145 yards of total offense and failed to find the end zone.
Miller will need to do better…
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