The Ohio State Buckeyes are looking for a second straight undefeated run when they head into the coming fall. The schedule that is ahead of them is very manageable, with the toughest game landing at the end of the year.
The Buckeyes will travel to the Big House on November 29th to face off against the Wolverines, closing the season with the annual rivalry game.
The game has been played 108 times, with the most recent win going to Ohio State in a 26-21 nail-biter last year. The game finished close, and this season is expected to bring another tight contest.
Michigan is bringing back a wealth of talent on offense, and the defense is set to have its best year under third year head coach Brady Hoke.
The Wolverines defense returns arguably the best linebacker corps in the Big Ten, and has talent in the secondary that will shut down the Braxton Miller air attack.
The star of the unit is Jake Ryan who finished with 88 tackles and 16 tackles for loss in 2012. Desmond Morgan also returns…
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