Who won the Michigan Ohio State game in 2012?

Who won the Michigan Ohio State game in 2012?

Carlos Hyde ran for 146 yards and Ohio State’s (No. 4 AP) defense shut out Michigan (No. 19 BCS, No. 20 AP) in the second half to grab a bruising 26-21 victory on Saturday, completing an improbable 12-0 season for the Buckeyes.

What years did Michigan beat Ohio State?

Michigan has beat Ohio State just twice this century—in 2003 and 2011. All that said, the Wolverines still lead the overall series 58-52-6. Michigan’s last win in the series was a 40–34 triumph that saw Denard Robinson torch the Buckeyes defense for 167 yards through the air and 170 yards on the ground.

When was the last time Ohio State and Michigan did not play?

On December 8, 2020, Michigan canceled the game against Ohio State, citing “an increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases and student-athletes in quarantine over the past week”. It was the first time the game had not been played since 1917.

What does Michigan call Ohio State?

the game
It’s simple, “the game.” Hell, the two teams are even loathe to refer to each other by name. Michigan coaches, players and fans refer to Ohio State as simply “Ohio” (a name Ohio State helps along by playing in “Ohio Stadium” with a band that spells out “Ohio” while leaving off “State”).

Who won the 2013 Big Ten football championship?

Ohio State Buckeyes
The game featured the Leaders Division champion Ohio State Buckeyes against the Legends Division champion Michigan State Spartans. Michigan State defeated Ohio State 34–24, to win the Big Ten Championship, and represent the conference in the 100th Rose Bowl game on January 1, 2014.

Has Ohio State and Michigan ever played a night game?

Michigan vs. Ohio State. It’s a historic rivalry, and this year “The Game” is between the No. Fans might remember the 2006 “Game of the Century” between these two schools was played at 3:30 p.m. instead.

Why does Michigan hate Ohio State?

1. The Toledo War. The hatred of this rivalry was fueled by both Michigan and Ohio’s claim of the Toledo Strip, a 468-square mile region of land at the states’ borders. When Michigan tried to join the union in 1835, it tried to include the Toledo Strip in its borders and Ohio blocked its admittance.