Football

Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott is lifted up by a teammate after his first touchdown of the game.

Photographs of Michigan's 42-13 loss to Ohio State on Saturday at Michigan Stadium.

Ohio State fans hold up a "Welcome Home, Coach Harbaugh" sign in the fourth quarter of the Wolverines' loss to the Buckeyes.

This sign, reading "WELCOME HOME COACH HARBAUGH," was an open mocking of Michigan fans in their weakest moment.

Junior running De'Veon Smith is tacked by an Ohio State player in the Big House on Saturday.

One glance at Ezekiel Elliott, De’Veon Smith or the box score made it obvious what the Wolverines need to finally fix their Ohio State woes — a run game.

Fifth-year senior quarterback Jake Rudock fumbles the ball during the game against Ohio State at Michigan Stadium on Saturday.

The Wolverines didn’t hesitate to use any of their offensive weapons in any way, but they couldn’t keep up with the high-powered Buckeyes.

Redshirt junior wide receiver Jehu Chesson misses a reception during Michigan's loss to Ohio State.

In Jim Harbaugh’s first game coaching against Ohio State, it was Ezekiel Elliott who stole the show. The Buckeye running back set the tone for the game, running for 214 yards and two touchdowns in a statement performance as Ohio State beat No. 10 Michigan.

Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer will face off for the first time Saturday.

Jake Rudock will look to have another strong game Saturday.

For the 20th time in history, Saturday’s edition of the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry will feature two teams in the top 10.

A look at how previous Michigan coaches fared in their first game against Ohio State.

Michigan could get a big boost if De'Veon Smith breaks out of his slump against Ohio State.

Most of the country’s eyes should be on Ann Arbor on Saturday, though Michigan State lowered the stakes by upsetting the Buckeyes last week.

Redshirt freshman Jabrill Peppers's capability in all three phases of the game has drawn comparisons to Heisman award winner Charles Woodson.

Jabrill Peppers has played eight different positions in 11 games this season, and has thrived at all of them. Whether he returns kicks, breaks up passes in the secondary or even takes snaps at quarterback for the No.