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The Ohio State University is 43-57-6 all-time versus the Michigan Wolverines, but are 8-1 under coach Jim Tressel.
Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez may have saved his job sitting at 7-4 before the last game of the year, but unless they can pull off the upset over Ohio State confidence among the Wolverines fan base will remain very low. The Buckeyes, on the other hand, need the win for at least a share of the Big Ten title and a possible BCS bowl bid.
The 107th meeting between Ohio State and Michigan this year is the first ever game to take place after Thanksgiving, a with this being the most competitive team Michigan has fielded since Rich Rod was hired almost 3 years ago, there is hope that we could have a close, entertaining game.