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Sophomore defensive end Rashan Gary tallied 10 tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks Saturday.

That’ll hurt Michigan even more given how close it was to making its season. The Daily breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly from Saturday’s game.

Fifth-year senior quarterback John O’Korn grew emotional after yet another failed attempt to top the Buckeyes.

Saturday, the Michigan football team lost to Ohio State for the sixth consecutive time. Even in five years as a Wolverine, he was unable to come away with arguably the most important victory. He isn’t alone in that regard.

Ohio State running back Mike Weber provided the proverbial dagger, scoring a 25-yard touchdown in the game’s closing minutes.

Michigan held two leads against the Buckeyes, but couldn't hold onto them. And that's something the Wolverines’ defense takes accountability for.

Fifth-year senior quarterback John O'Korn's late interception left Michigan on the wrong side of The Game once again.

Plenty of mistakes — along with O’Korn’s interception Saturday — are marked indelibly into the identity of this program. Those type of plays have left it on the wrong side of history time and time again.

Michigan fell 31-20 to Ohio State at Michigan Stadium Saturday.

The Michigan football team couldn’t have dreamed of a better start, but No. 9 Ohio State didn’t let the dream last very long.

Noah Furbush is entering a master’s program for space engineering next year.

Set to begin a master's program in space engineering, playing for Michigan after growing up a Buckeye fan isn’t the only thing that sets him apart from everyone else.

Fifth-year senior defensive tackle Maurice Hurst will play a pivotal role in stopping Ohio State's three-headed monster in the run game.

It may only be one game, but its implications are anything but ordinary. Here’s what to watch for when the Wolverines face the Buckeyes on Saturday.

Chase Winovich is called crazy by his teammates, but that's part of the reason he has been so successful.

Chase Winovich still remembers the scout team, the position change and every other slight, in part, because all of that has made him who he is.

Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett averages 245 passing yards per game, and will present a clear threat to Michgian's vaunted secondary.

It’s that one week of the year that Michigan fans look forward to most, even if it’s the one week of the last five years they’ve tried most to forget. The Daily breaks down this year’s rivalry matchup.

Fifth-year senior linebacker Mike McCray has only one more chance to earn an elusive win over the Buckeyes.

Saturday, McCray will be leading Michigan down the tunnel and onto the field for the final Ohio State game of his career. He has never beaten the Buckeyes. None of the Wolverines have.

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