Michigan’s first win against Ohio State in a decade will send the Wolverines to the Big Ten championship game with a College Football Playoff berth on the line.
Snapping the losing streak carries enormous meaning beyond the fact that Michigan may play for the program’s first national championship since 1997. For the Wolverines, this is a cathartic, narrative-shifting moment loaded with ramifications that will echo until the two rivals meet again next November.
And for coach Jim Harbaugh, the win overwrites his repeated failures against the Buckeyes, which had been the defining aspect of a coaching tenure that seemed in danger of crumbling on the heels of a disappointing pandemic season.
Here’s how the Wolverines claimed one of the biggest wins in this rivalry’s history.
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