So far so good for the Michigan Wolverines against the hated Ohio State Buckeyes as the Wolverines lead 14-0 in the second quarter.
The play that set up the second Michigan touchdown was an amazing 42-yard punt return to the OSU 11-yard line by freshman Donovan Peoples-Jones.
Check it out as Peoples-Jones makes Swiss cheese out of the Buckeyes punt return defense.
Dear Jim Harbaugh: Simply beat Ohio State and save the season for Michigan
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Dear Mr. Harbaugh,
The biggest tradition that Michigan football has to offer is simple: you simply win games. You’ve followed that simple concept decently this year, carrying an 8-3 record into the final week of the regular season. But, key losses to Penn State, Wisconsin, and Michigan State have made it seem as though this season has been a bit hollow. Although it’s certainly nice to have the eight wins, each time that we’ve geared up throughout the week to watch our team take on a top-flight opponent, we were quite simply let down.
I don’t count the season-opening win against Florida as “top flight” because they were short-handed for that game, and their season has been a train wreck. But, through all the letdowns this season, there is a way to rectify the season: simply beat that school down south.
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