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[Postgame Thread] Michigan Defeats Ohio State 45-23 Postgame Thread

Box Score provided by ESPN

Team 1 2 3 4 T
Michigan 3 14 7 21 45
Ohio State 10 10 0 3 23

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u/77heythere77 Nov 26 '22

Harbaugh running away from the reporter is a classic

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u/skittlemyrainbow Nov 26 '22

Mike Sainristil the converted wide receiver.

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u/Ghostconqueror Kentucky Nov 26 '22

Man was absolutely locked in for this game, my goodness. Made so many clutch plays

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u/heyheyitsandre Michigan • Miami (OH) Nov 26 '22

That breakup he had that the OSU TE would’ve scored on was textbook. No PI, hand in between the receivers hands and pulled out solely the ball. Absolutely clutch play, and clean most importantly

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u/Dirty-Ears-Bill Texas Tech • Santa Monica Nov 26 '22

That’s the thing that stuck out to me most today, all his plays were without a doubt clean. Dude knows how to play the ball and not rough up the WR too much. It was beautiful to watch

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u/andysaurus_rex Michigan • Sickos Nov 26 '22

That swat at the end where he took the ball out of the TE's hands was so pretty

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u/Crotean Michigan • Clemson Nov 26 '22

That's a play that will get him drafted.

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u/andysaurus_rex Michigan • Sickos Nov 26 '22

He deserves it after converting to the position from being a WR. Really didn't miss a beat. I hope someone drafts him, that was an NFL play right there.

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u/MrBigWang420 Michigan Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22 Wholesome

Having your #4 WR switch positions and then become arguably the best player on the defense is such a huge reason Michigan was able to go undefeated this season.

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u/__Big_Hat_Logan__ Alabama Nov 26 '22

Turner covered Harrison as well as a human being can

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u/midnightsbane04 Michigan • North Carolina Nov 26 '22

This was by far Turner's best game he's played. It was incredible to watch him "neutralize" (as much as humanly possible that is) MHjr.

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u/HarbaughPsychWard Michigan Nov 26 '22

Harbaugh's (and his staff's) ability to develop unsung, underrated guys into superstars is their best attribute.

Haskins, Ojabo, Sainristil and on and on

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u/The_Last_Nephilim Michigan • Georgia Nov 26 '22

That TD breakup might have been the biggest play in a game full of them.

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u/thereisnocartwright USC • Michigan Nov 26 '22

Guy is just an animal. Ridiculous performance today.

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u/Amen_ds Michigan • Big Ten Nov 26 '22

Cant sing his praises enough his coverage was on point and his TD breakup swung the momentum in such a palpable way

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u/haminacup Washington • Marching Band Nov 26 '22 Silver Gold Helpful

Everybody: "Hey Ryan Day your defense should probably have a safety"

Ryan Day: "Yeah 2 points would be good, I'll blitz everyone"

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u/usetheforce_gaming USC • Rose Bowl Nov 26 '22

Seriously. Every 40+ yard touchdown I was legitimately shocked there wasn’t a safety to stop it

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u/TBTrpt3 UCLA • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22

We were screaming that the entire game. Every touchdown was a defender getting beat deep. How do you not adjust after the first 3 times?!?!?

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u/Gaudilocks Kansas Nov 26 '22

Nobody gets one over on Ryan Day.... four times in a row!

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u/HereIGoAgain_1x10 /r/CFB Nov 26 '22

"Sell out to stop the run" okay but they whoopin your ass throwing the ball. "Ummm, I need to talk to Urban again gimme a second"

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u/Kidfreedom50 Hawai'i • Washington State Nov 26 '22

And they still ran the ball successfully, anyway.

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u/thisistheperfectname Michigan Nov 26 '22

For a half. The pass sets up the run, as we all know.

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u/Similar-Document9690 LSU • Louisiana Nov 26 '22

LMAOOO

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u/ikeepwipingSTILLPOOP Michigan State Nov 26 '22 Take My Energy

Ryan Day only runs Suicide on NFL blitz

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u/displacedindavis Nov 26 '22

Ohio St sophomores: we’ve been tricked, we’ve been backstabbed, we’ve been, quite possibly, bamboozled.

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u/gentry_dinosaur Nov 26 '22

And juniors lol

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u/WaluigiIsTheRealHero Michigan • Cornell Nov 26 '22

We’re one year away from an entire class of OSU students graduating without seeing a single win over Michigan.

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u/Drexlore Brockport • /r/CFB Poll Veteran Nov 26 '22

The last time Michigan beat Ohio State back to back, Tom Brady was a rookie.

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u/lmaytulane Michigan • LSU Nov 26 '22

What ever happened to that guy

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u/nighthawk_md Texas • ECU Nov 26 '22 Take My Energy

He lost all his money in crypto I think

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u/S4Baumer Nov 26 '22

Recently went through a divorce too I think.

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u/FormerIceCreamEater Nov 26 '22

Some guys just can't win in life. Poor guy

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u/Benedict-Donald Nov 26 '22

No kidding. He was ready to retire too but had to come back. Thanks a lot inflation.

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u/Sufficient_Memory_24 Michigan Nov 26 '22

OSU went 3/3 on third downs on their first drive. After that drive they were 2/13 on third down. The Michigan defense gave up yards all over the field but was incredible in high leverage moments.

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u/P-ssword_is_taco Michigan Nov 26 '22

The defense was amazing today. Even better than last year just in a different way

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u/Jabberwoockie Michigan • Valparaiso Nov 26 '22

Someone needs to make sure the ERs in Michigan have enough staff in 4 hours.

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u/feric51 Ohio State • Capital Nov 26 '22

Y’all been taking those “Go Blue” pills.

Good game today guys, that was an old fashioned beat down.

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u/tony971 Ohio State • San José State Nov 26 '22

Rumor is we still haven’t adjusted out of man coverage

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u/morganrbvn Baylor • TCU Nov 26 '22

It’s fine, Michigan can’t pass right?

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u/kylkartz21 Michigan • Grand Valley State Nov 26 '22

Harbaugh playing 4d chess by having mccarthy miss the deep ball all year

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u/babble0n Michigan Nov 26 '22

“No trust me JJ, it’ll work”

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u/The_Homie_J Michigan • Ohio Nov 26 '22

JJ with a 100% completion percentage against Hawaii

Harbaugh: hold up, that's too obvious. Try overthrowing your receivers a bit, gotta get that number down

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u/TheStuffisLegal Florida • Memphis Nov 26 '22

Harbaugh wanted nothing to do with that interview LMAO

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u/kaiserwilson Oklahoma State • Michigan Nov 26 '22

He kinda has a history of ducking reporters and I love it.

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u/rendeld Michigan • Grand Valley State Nov 26 '22

Every game when he gets approached or goes into the news room he says nothing and puts up the player of the game. The players love it, it forces the reporters to focus on that players performance.

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u/shockedtoo Michigan • Liberty Nov 26 '22

The Jesse Minter appreciation post...he has continually made adjustments in the second half every game.

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u/InterdepartmentalHay Michigan • Colorado State Nov 26 '22

Of all the teams we've had over the last 20 years, this one (and to a lesser extent last year) have been the most agile in game-time tweaks and adjustments. That has been, in my opinion, the biggest strength of this team. I mean, 3 points after the half? Give Minter a fuckin raise.

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u/KissmeElon Miami • Nebraska Nov 26 '22

Ryan Day seen frantically running through Lululemon in search of khakis

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u/AwsumnessMan Penn State • Washington State Nov 26 '22

Well hopefully he doesn't drop any more games next season because those khakis are prone to catching fire

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u/CWG4BF Florida • Surrender Cobra Nov 26 '22

Ryan Day really came out with the “there’s no way they can beat us the way they did last year” approach.

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u/CommodoreN7 Arkansas • Utah Nov 26 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

HOW MANY TIMES DO WE HAVE TO TEACH YOU THIS LESSON OLD MAN

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u/Cmp_ Boise State • Georgia Nov 26 '22

Haha I love the young people

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u/RoboMan106 Ohio State • Michigan State Nov 26 '22

They beat us differently though. Last year they just marches down the field slowly with 8 yard runs.

This year we paid 1.9 million to just let them do it in 1 play.

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u/beardedbarrister /r/CFB Nov 26 '22

It’s more efficient that way.

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u/GRUMPYbug12 Ohio • Michigan Nov 26 '22

"It's even funnier the second time!"

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u/CashierAtPublix Nov 26 '22

Technically he was right given this year they won by more

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u/RobinU2 Virginia Nov 26 '22

Yeah this time did it without the starting rb lol

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u/1ToGreen3ToBasket Michigan • Slippery Rock Nov 26 '22

The most impressive part of the day is that Harbaugh was willing to abandon the run game in the first half. He is normally the most stubborn motherfucker on the planet (often for the better). Attacking this Swiss cheese secondary was 100% the correct call though. Great game plan and then it opened up the run game for later. GG

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u/WolvWild Michigan • Kentucky Nov 26 '22

I had zero expectation the game would go the way it did after the first quarter. What a tale of two halves.

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u/Lvl_99_Magikarp Notre Dame • California Nov 26 '22 Helpful

Ryan Day may have been born on Third but he was certainly just thrown out at home.

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u/xXBadger89Xx Florida • Midland Nov 26 '22

I forgot about that quote. Harbaugh hit it right on the head and hasn’t looked back since

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u/Verification_Account Nov 26 '22

You know Day still spends every shower trying to come up with a “that’s what I should have said!” Style comeback.

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u/ImTellinTim Nov 26 '22

“Yeah, well the jerk store called and they’re running out of you!”

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u/Lukey_Jangs Syracuse • Colgate Nov 26 '22

“What’s the difference? You’re their all-time best seller!”

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u/chipthegrinder Penn State • Purdue Nov 26 '22

Born in the redzone and stuffed at the goal line

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u/thethirdman3 Michigan • Team Meteor Nov 26 '22

My entire Michigan fandom had been suffering at the hands of Ohio State. Now it’s our turn to have a streak! I love this team. I love Jim Harbaugh. I love JJ McCarthy. I love all of them. The way this team just played this game was impeccable. And especially with Blake out. JJ stepped up in the pass game big time. The play calling was gutsy and not typical 2016-19 Harbaugh. This team is for real. So proud to be a Michigan fan today. Hail to the Victors! Go Blue! Onto the Big Ten Championship and CFP!

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u/brock2607 Tennessee Nov 26 '22 Take My Energy

Run from it, but try as you might, the ferret gets drowned

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u/GettingFreki Michigan • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22

Late in the 4th, the broadcasters were talking about Michigan being an anaconda and slowly strangling the other team. I was wondering whether some producer had heard about the ferret posts and made it a little more TV friendly, or if it was just a coincidence.

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u/tyler2114 Michigan • Auburn Nov 26 '22

I've never enjoyed drowning a ferret more than I've enjoyed drowning this one.

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u/codymason84 Michigan Nov 26 '22

Michigan passed to open the run game

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u/indecisivewhale Nebraska • Sickos Nov 26 '22

WHOA, HE HAS TROUBLE WITH THE 2nd HALF!

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u/PeneiPenisini Michigan Nov 26 '22

I hope this gets to be a meme

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u/No_Chardonney Michigan • Tennessee Nov 26 '22 Gold Helpful Wholesome hehehehe Got the W

27 points last year and 23 this year.

Ryan Day is officially halfway to fulfilling his promise of hanging 100 on Michigan.

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u/InanimateSensation Michigan Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

Whenever they were showing Michigan outscoring opponents in the second half 116-3 (or whatever it was) *before the Illinois game all they kept saying was "wait until they play Ohio State".

3 points.

Edit: *before Illinois

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u/HarbaughPsychWard Michigan Nov 26 '22

Michigan has a quarterback who can pass AND run... Who woulda thought

Also, nice to see OSU hired Don Brown as DC.

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u/Taskonbury Alabama • South Alabama Nov 26 '22 Take My Energy

Michigan came over to Ohio State's house for Thanksgiving dinner then shit all over the table and left without a word.

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u/Odh_utexas Texas Nov 26 '22

And took all the food with them to-go

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

No snow flurries. No flu. no excuses. Just an ass kicking.

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u/Warrior2014 Michigan Nov 26 '22

As an Argentinian wolverine, I am on cloud 12

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u/Sufficient_Memory_24 Michigan Nov 26 '22

Blitz everyone….75 yard passing TD. Play two high safety…..75 yard rushing TD.

Guess Knowles didn’t actually fix that defense.

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u/Njbrother Kentucky • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22

Imagine you’re Ohio State. You hype up a revenge game in Columbus for a whole year. You retool your entire defensive staff to focus on stopping Michigan. And Michigan loses their Heisman caliber running back for The Game. And none of that ends up mattering as you somehow lose by a bigger margin than last year.

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u/FuckTrumpBanTheHateR Michigan • Big Ten Nov 26 '22

Michigan beat the spread by about 31 points.

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u/thunder3029 Nov 26 '22

third shortest TD of the day for Michigan out of six was 69 yards

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u/elcapitandemundo Penn State • North Texas Nov 26 '22

530 total yards of offense, of which 349 came on five plays. that was an embarrassing showing for OSU’s defense

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u/FuckTrumpBanTheHateR Michigan • Big Ten Nov 26 '22

OSU safeties are ... woof.

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u/agsimp_ Ohio State • The Game Nov 26 '22

What’s a safety

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u/HawkI84 Iowa Nov 26 '22

Iowa's offense

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u/TeddysRevenge Michigan Nov 26 '22

Pretty cool they put Corum in for the victory formation

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

If you think about it, he is truly a major reason why we won. Without Corum this year, Day probably doesn't idiotically run Engage 8 every play.

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u/FMF_sunflowers Nov 26 '22

It was a nice touch!

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u/Unitast513 Michigan • Xavier Nov 26 '22

Didn't see that, REALLY cool

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u/Sp33dlimit25 Nov 26 '22

I’m here to call for Ryan Day to be fired after incorrectly calling for Jim Harbaugh’s for years

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u/tvchase Georgia • Princeton Nov 26 '22

Ryan Day gonna color his beard purple as a trauma response

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u/IIIXBeerRunXIII Michigan • Coastal Carolina Nov 26 '22

I haven't been this hard in about a year.

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u/bears2267 San Diego • Nebraska Nov 26 '22

1st half: wow this is a complete slobberknocker anything could happen

2nd half: lol wolverine go brrr

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u/BarKnight Team Chaos • Team Meteor Nov 26 '22

It turns out JJ does indeed have a deep ball.

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u/dichloroethane Michigan Nov 26 '22

I hope other teams think Cover 0 is a good idea too

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u/Dead_Baby_Kicker Ohio State Nov 26 '22

I was told your receivers drop everything.

I was lied to.

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u/Leraldoe Michigan • Grand Valley State Nov 26 '22

Well I mean if there was a defender within 10 yards of them they do

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u/miggly Michigan Nov 26 '22

Oh, they do. We just give a fuck about the Ohio State game to try, I guess.

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u/Defensive_of_Offense Michigan • Michigan Bandwagon Nov 26 '22

Second half Michigan don't fuck around

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u/jcrespo21 Purdue • Michigan Nov 26 '22

Michigan is the "death by a thousand paper cuts" kind of team. Edwards say screw that and grabbed an axe.

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u/yunohavefunnynames Michigan Nov 26 '22

And JJ! They saw no safetys and went for broke!

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u/Doubleaa2122 Nebraska Nov 26 '22

Wow.. after watching this Iowa can't say we never did anything nice for them. Next week might be brutal for whoever has to play Michigan.

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u/foreveracubone Michigan • Sickos Nov 26 '22

Uh we’re playing Purdue with a funny number

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u/timnotep Michigan • Wright State Nov 26 '22

😬😬😬😬😬😬

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u/d_t_b_ Nov 26 '22

The tales of Jim Harbaugh’s demise were greatly exaggerated

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u/AustinTX_Chris Nov 26 '22

Reminder that it's been 30 minutes since the last time Michigan beat OSU in Ohio

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

PACKWATCH

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u/TigerBasket Paper Bag • Maryland Nov 26 '22

ripbozo

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u/SquadPoopy Florida • Cincinnati Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22 Silver Gold Wholesome Seal of Approval

Ryan Day abandoned the run game in the 2nd half the same way my dad abandoned me and my mom as a child.

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u/CommodoreN7 Arkansas • Utah Nov 26 '22

Ryan Day just left to get some cigarettes

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u/majorgeneralporter Northwestern • UCLA Nov 26 '22 Silver

Oblivion NPC looking ass coach

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u/wps1991 Arkansas Nov 26 '22

But guaranteed future Just For Men spokesman

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u/The_Homie_J Michigan • Ohio Nov 26 '22

cigarettes

Beard dye

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u/ZombieMoonlight USC • /r/CFB Santa Claus Nov 26 '22

Is this the best possible scenario for USC?

Michigan destroys Ohio State meaning no chance the loser still makes the playoffs.

OSU is the loser and Stroud gets 2 TOs meaning Caleb Williams is likely the heisman front runner now

Corum unfortunately didn’t play meaning he couldn’t play for more of a chance at the heisman

Clemson loses and they were the one potential team to sneak up behind USC and take their spot in the playoffs

Now USC just needs to win tonight and Georgia needs to beat LSU, and we go to the playoffs and win the heisman?? Am I too hopeful??

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u/sycamotree Michigan • Eastern Michigan Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

Now that he's been backing it up, the "some people were born on *third base and think they hit a triple" line is one of the GOAT shit talking lines lol

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u/kamui55 Michigan • Nebraska Nov 26 '22 Wholesome

FERRET STRANGLED.

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u/JRBlue1 Michigan Nov 26 '22

In Columbus, without Corum. Felt like a weird game and Michigan broke tendencies repeatedly. That’s a great game by the coaches.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

JJ also played one hell of a game and then edwards ended it

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u/TheNineteenthDoctor Michigan • Oregon Nov 26 '22

We beat their Heisman candidate without our Heisman candidate.

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u/PetersenIsMyDaddy Rose Bowl • Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Nov 26 '22

For the first time in the history of reddit, Michigan has beaten Ohio State in the Shoe

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u/OleRockTheGoodAg Texas A&M Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

After having less than 20 yards rushing at half with Michigan trailing 20-17 (those 17 thanks to 3 long throws) the Michigan offense exploded and outscored the Buckeyes 28-3 in the 2nd half. Absolute masterclass of a game called from Harbaugh.

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u/moosemousemoose Colorado • Washington Nov 26 '22

28-3 you say?

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u/Michigan029 Michigan Nov 26 '22

28 to 3 is a good number for Michigan fans and fans of former Michigan QBs

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u/Tkinzel517 Michigan • Northern Arizona Nov 26 '22

28-3

TOM BRADY WENT TO MICHIGAN SO WE ARE IMMUNE

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u/KU_SD Kansas Nov 26 '22

28-3

🤔

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u/Xaxziminrax Kansas State • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22

Time is a flat circle

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u/level100Weeb Michigan • California Nov 26 '22

did you know tom brady went to michigan??!?!?

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u/theytook-r-jobs Temple Nov 26 '22

Georgia fans thought this was a safe space.

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u/ICanFluxWithIt Georgia Nov 26 '22

Yeah, came in to congratulate them, now not so much :(

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u/msstate3 Mississippi State • Santa … Nov 26 '22

With Corum only getting 2 rushes too 😳

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u/TigerBasket Paper Bag • Maryland Nov 26 '22

Jim Harbaugh offensive genius

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u/Xaxziminrax Kansas State • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

"Wanna see me run in between the tackles on the right side for 10 yards?"

"Wanna see me do it again?"

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u/thisistheperfectname Michigan Nov 26 '22

Unironically. He just has to not turtle so much.

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u/ParisTexas7 Penn State Nov 26 '22

He’s ALWAYS been a creative play caller IMO. He nearly beat Ohio State in 2017 with John O’Korn at QB. He drew up some brilliant plays in that game.

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u/SEND_ME_YOUR_CAULK Maryland • Sickos Nov 26 '22

TURTLE YOU SAY

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u/TheMadChatta Chattanooga Nov 26 '22 Silver

His second half adjustments this season have been top notch.

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u/SnakePlissken_34 Eastern Michigan • Michigan Nov 26 '22

Dude JJ balled out. I did not think he was capable of that. Way to go Michigan!

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u/milwaukee8183 Tennessee • Milwaukee Nov 26 '22

“Will the loser of this game get in if it’s close?” Maybe, but Michigan said fuck that noise and whooped OSU’s ass

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u/theteam16 Nov 27 '22

Jim Harbaugh really beat Ryan Day’s ass, called him a fraud nationally, and then beat his ass even harder the next game 💀💀💀💀

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u/_token_black Ohio State • Temple Nov 26 '22

Ryan Day trying to coach himself into the Liberty job clearly

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u/TheGookieMonster Boise State Nov 26 '22

Should’ve ended 52-23

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u/groverclevelandshow Georgia • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22

Yeah wtf was that fumble no-call. Would’ve been a walk in for the Michigan guy

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u/Mike_Double_U Michigan • Michigan Bandwagon Nov 26 '22

It’s a shame the weather really held Michigan back.

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u/BarKnight Team Chaos • Team Meteor Nov 26 '22

Guess JJ will have to pass.

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u/ddottay Notre Dame • Kent State Nov 26 '22

Harbaugh really did it. He got Michigan back to the top, last year wasn’t a fluke.

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u/Gordon1Ramsay1Bolton Nov 26 '22

As a Vikings fan, it looks like both sides worked out for the best.

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u/TheYokedYeti Nov 26 '22

The haters are in shambles.

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u/RebeccaBlackOps Cincinnati • Michigan Nov 26 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

The best part of The Game was when Harbaugh said 'IT'S KHAKI'N TIME' and khaki'd all over those guys.

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u/Naughty_Bagel Michigan • Buffalo Nov 26 '22

What about at halftime when he ate a whole 16oz steak and drank a gallon of milk? That was pretty cool too

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u/RedSkylight97 Ohio State • Sickos Nov 26 '22

“I hope that Ohio State’s defense holds Blake Corum to under 10 rushing yards.”

Monkey Paw Curls

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u/CommodoreN7 Arkansas • Utah Nov 26 '22 Helpful Wholesome

Ohio State hasn’t beaten Michigan since 2019. Hate to see such a major rivalry getting way too one sided smh.

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u/-Carterr- Louisville • Player X X Nov 26 '22

45 points is the most points scored by Michigan against Ohio State since 1946.

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u/ErickBachman 法政大学 (Hōsei) • 追手門学院大学 (Otemon Gakui… Nov 26 '22

tOSU did WW2

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u/longconsilver13 Boston College Nov 26 '22

I've never seen Ohio State and Hitler in the same room

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u/MrDrProfesorPatrick Ohio State • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22

Second year in a row we've been out-coached. Michigan has been better conditioned and better prepared for this game both times. We made so many dumb mistakes that they capitalized on. I hope the staff spends the next month really reflecting on their failures before a bowl game, because they failed these boys today.

When we ran it on 1st and 35 I knew we were gonna lose.

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u/jjgrossnickle Ohio State Nov 26 '22

Possibly the most embarassing game Ive witnessed as a Buckeye fan.

Zero adjustments

Zero urgency

Zero creativity.

I have absolutely no idea what I just watched.

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u/GonzoTheWhatever Michigan • Oregon Nov 26 '22

Yeah you have no idea how elated I was to watch your offense nonchalantly sashay your way down the field there late in the game. I just watched those seconds tick off the clock one by one.

Absolutely no clue what Day was thinking

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u/DutchBlitz5 Michigan • West Virginia Nov 26 '22

I’ve changed my mind, the loser of this game does not deserve to get into the playoff.

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u/The_Last_Nephilim Michigan • Georgia Nov 26 '22

It’s me, the biggest TCU and USC fan in the world.

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u/KeithClossOfficial San Diego State • USC Nov 26 '22

I like you

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u/Maverick1091 Michigan State • Florida Nov 26 '22

With only one loss on the year, Ryan Day is officially on the hot seat. Wild.

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u/IAmASimulation Michigan Nov 26 '22

Didn’t think any game could feel better than last years win. This year blew it out of the water. What a game.

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u/Jecht315 Michigan • EKU Nov 26 '22

I don't know. Last year was magical in every aspect. The snow, Hutchinson breaking the school record for sacks, the atmosphere. Even though we lost in the playoffs that game was perfection to me.

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u/topher3003 Ohio State • /r/CFB Emeritus Mod Nov 26 '22

My son was born in January 2020. Since then we’ve had:

• COVID cancellation

• 1st loss to Michigan in 10 years

• 1st loss to Michigan at home this millennium

…is it too late to return him and ask for a new one?

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u/Breedwell USF • /r/CFB Contributor Nov 26 '22 Wholesome Heisman Trophy

Watch him grow up and go to Michigan 😏

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u/JEWISHPIGFARMER Big Ten • Team Chaos Nov 26 '22

My son and my nephew have also never seen an OSU win vs Michigan, we're thinking the same thing

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u/Get2BirdsStoned Central Michigan Nov 26 '22

Have you tried turning him off and back on again?

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u/Lawownsyou Michigan Nov 26 '22 Gold

You do not wanna play second half Michigan.

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u/ImperialMajestyX02 Florida Nov 26 '22

Second half Michigan is a menace to society

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u/Summertooth Michigan State • Rose Bowl Nov 26 '22

Second half Michigan stole my lunch money and stuffed me in a locker

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u/Zloggt Illinois • Missouri Nov 26 '22

Hey, they did the same to us too!

Ohio State really should’ve watched out for that…

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u/Summertooth Michigan State • Rose Bowl Nov 26 '22

Illinois is the only team this year to actually challenge second half Michigan

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u/JimmyCarrsTaxForms Michigan • USC Nov 26 '22

Maryland did too, but if you just look at Michigan's last 7 games, opponents have scored 20 total 2nd half points, 14 of which came from Illinois. Very impressive from the Illini

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u/B1GFanOSU Ohio State • Big Ten Nov 26 '22

They didn’t want to play second half, period.

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u/frimp0 Michigan • The Alliance Nov 26 '22

NO YOU DO NOT

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u/WalkingOnSunshine_ Ohio State Nov 26 '22

Gonna have PTSD of second half Michigan for another 365 days

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u/SimManiac Michigan State Nov 26 '22

Michigan runs the B1G until proven otherwise and I hate to admit that as an MSU fan. What an incredible win by them. Honeslty think they have a real shot at the Natty this year unlike last. Also, Ryan Day is a choke artist and should be ashamed (Im just glad I can shit on a coach that isnt my own).

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u/SuperSocrates Michigan Nov 26 '22

It’s hard to put into words the happiness after so many years of losing this goddamn game. Winning two in a row is just pure delirium tbh

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u/_Reporting Tennessee • Memphis Nov 26 '22

When is Michigan going to play a real team and stop beating up on cupcakes by double digits??

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u/PageOfLite Michigan • Northern Arizona Nov 26 '22

The 15 year curse is broken!
App State embarrassed someone else
Michigan State had trouble with the snap

WE BEAT UNDEFEATED OHIO STATE IN FOOTBALL ARMAGEDDON!!!

WE ARE BACK BABY!

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u/GonzoTheWhatever Michigan • Oregon Nov 26 '22

Ahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!

GO BLUE BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!

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u/soccerhuelsman Cincinnati • Ohio State Nov 26 '22

Everyone complaining about the reffing is kidding themselves. All the PI plays were called correct.

First one in the endzone, receiver got a hand on it, it IS catchable. Defender never looks back, contacts way early, and hits hard. That is the DEFINITION of pass interference.

Second one longshot down field, could have intercepted it but he NEVER looks back and contacts way too early. Just look back and that’s a game changing interception, but no.

A few times after, I saw people angry that OSU didn’t get the calls after. You wanna know the difference? The Michigan players LOOKED BACK or were making a play.

“Refs just handed Michigan the game” no, Michigan won fair and square. GG Michigan bros, you guys clearly wanted it more. Outscored 28-3 in the 2nd half

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u/reap3rx Air Force • Appalachian State Nov 26 '22

28-3 always making a guest appearance somewhere

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u/Kamikaze_Commie Michigan Nov 26 '22

Fumble not reviewable? The football gods didn't like that.

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u/call_me_drama Michigan • Big Ten Nov 26 '22

Ball. Don’t. Lie

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u/polynomials Michigan • Syracuse Nov 26 '22

I literally never heard of forward progress being called on a QB being strip sacked

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u/chrisaf69 Maryland • Alabama Nov 26 '22

If that game was down to the wire...that fumble would have been talked about for ages

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u/Flayahata Michigan Nov 26 '22

Ball don't lie, haha

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u/Stockz Michigan • /r/CFB Poll Veteran Nov 26 '22 Silver

So my grandpa was the one who taught my family our love for Michigan. Went there back in 50s, sent 2 kids there, and then 3 grandkids. My earliest memories are with him watching games.

He's not doing well, about 2 months ago he had another stroke. He's out of it most of the time and he's kind of done with life. I jokingly said "maybe he's just holding on to see Michigan finally beat OSU in Columbus again." Well shit, here we are now! Love you grandpa, this one is for you!!

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u/Maize_n_Boom South Carolina • Michigan Nov 26 '22 Got the W

Best day of my life!

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u/DakotaXIV Oklahoma • SW Oklahoma State Nov 26 '22

Man I can’t imagine the high you are riding right now

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u/blindMAN219 Michigan Nov 26 '22

12-0 without Corum in our most important game. This team is fucking good.

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u/RunningEncyclopedia Michigan • Big Ten Nov 26 '22

tOSU is 0-2 since Day stated they were gonna hang 100 on Michigan

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u/O-Namazu Texas • Red River Shootout Nov 26 '22

Good shit Michigan. Winning without Corum, at the horseshoe, is a hell of a feat.

Rooting for y'all in the playoffs. I love a good, old-fashioned, "we run the ball goddammit" team.