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The Buckeyes had a 9–0–1 record heading into the 1993 game and were looking to claim an outright Big Ten title against a Michigan team that had already lost four times. [5] The inaugural game, held at Ann Arbor, resulted in a lopsided victory for Michigan, with the Wolverines posting a 34–0 win over Ohio State's Buckeyes. Led by senior running back Jonathan Wells, the Buckeyes raced to a 23–0 halftime lead. Michigan State received the opening kickoff and in two plays scored a 64-yard touchdown screen pass from Tyler O'Connor to LJ Scott to give the Spartans a 7–0 advantage 46 seconds into the game. In 1941, Michigan and Ohio State met for the first time with each team ranked in the AP Poll, which had started in 1936. Senior running back Chris Perry, a Heisman finalist, had 154 yards rushing and two touchdowns to lead the Wolverines to the victory. When asked about the gap between the two schools, his reply was described as testy by multiple sources:[37][38][39][40][41][42][43] "I'll answer your questions, not your insults."[44]. Tommy!" Ohio State and Michigan State went into halftime tied at ten. The Wildcats inched closer by scoring at the 14:51 mark of the second quarter, but it was followed by another Weber touchdown run of 23 yards. The Buckeyes were shutout in that game 31–0 and ended the year at 11–2. Five more times during the 1940s, the teams were both ranked for their annual matchup. The Buckeyes with the ball on their 17-yard line decided to run out the clock and force overtime. In overtime, Ohio State scored via a seven-yard touchdown run from J. T. Barrett. In his first year, Tressel registered the Buckeyes' first defeat of the Wolverines in Ann Arbor in 14 years, by a 26–20 score. The Wolverines were led by junior quarterback Denard Robinson who accounted for 337 total yards rushing and passing, and five touchdowns. Get a summary of the Michigan State Spartans vs. Ohio State Buckeyes football game In Big Ten Conference play, Ohio State leads the series 51–46–4 through the 2019 meeting. Michigan struck first with a touchdown run by junior running back Mike Hart, but the Buckeyes then scored 21 unanswered points, and at halftime, they were up 28–14. Woody coined the phrase "That state up north" and "That team up north", so he would not have to say the word "Michigan". Michigan junior quarterback Drew Henson went 14 for 25 passing for 303 yards and three scores and added a touchdown run. Ginn had a game high nine catches for 89 yards. According to lore, there was a wager on the outcome of this game, and yellow flowers on a blue background still exist today in the upper part of the stadium's rotunda. The Ohio State defense, commonly known as the Silver Bullets, allowed 244 yards and scored a defensive touchdown. The Ohio State Alma Mater "Carmen Ohio" was written on the train ride home to Columbus following the 1902 contest, which saw Ohio State lose to Michigan 86–0. The Buckeyes won by a score of 58–0. The Buckeyes kicked a field goal in the final seconds of regulation to tie the game and force overtime. Ohio State's 62 points set a record for points against Michigan during regulation, and the victory improved Meyer's Ohio State teams' record against Michigan to 7–0. When Ohio State jumped to a 9–0 halftime lead, the OSU crowd sensed a special finish and perhaps a rise to #1. The final score of the game was a 31-yard Tyler Durbin field goal with 10:33 to go making the final 45–24.[14]. After Ohio State was called for pass interference on a failed fourth-down attempt, giving Michigan an automatic first down, junior quarterback Chad Henne found senior tight end Tyler Ecker for a 16-yard touchdown with two minutes to go to cut the OSU lead to 42–37. The result was ultimately that the officials gave Ohio State the first down.