This year’s edition of the annual rivalry between the Michigan Wolverines and the Ohio State Buckeyes gave us about everything we could have wanted in a game that we all look forward to every season.
It was a battle throughout, with both teams trading blows–literally at times.
In the second half, though, it looked as if Ohio State would begin to run away with is as they went up by two scores on the Wolverines, who haven’t been the most efficient on offense as of late.
But, the resilient Wolverines fought all the way beck, even capitalizing on an Ohio State fumble, to come within one point at 42-41.
With the big upset win a possibility, head coach Brady Hoke decided to take the ultimate gamble and go for the two-point conversion and the win.
It didn’t quite work out as they planned, as Devin Gardner’s pass was picked off in the end zone, sealing the win for the Buckeyes:
You have to respect the decision by Hoke, it just didn’t work out as planned.