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(AP Photo/Tony Ding)

The Buckeyes came into Saturday’s game looking to win their 6th in a row against the Michigan Wolverines. The Buckeyes defense proved dominant over a Michigan offense that has had its up and downs this season. The Bucks D came up with big plays all day including the Forcier fumble and his 4 interceptions.

I’m not going to drone on about how we won because we all know that, I just have a couple of post game thoughts.

This game could’ve been very different if Michigan could have kept its offense rolling. OSU punted away 5 times while Michigan only punted 5 times. We have to do better against whoever we play in the Rose Bowl. If Michigan could’ve capitalized on their missed field goal they could’ve easily been up 6-0.
I was happy with the maturity Pryor played with. Besides his lone pick he played with a lot of poise.

Michigan fans should definitely be worried about their head coach, but not only should they be worried about losing their coach but also losing their starting quarterback. At the end of the game Rich Rodriguez said something along the lines of he has no starters penciled in for next season. He said that he wants “open competition”. A couple hours after the game there were some rumors swirling around that Forcier and Denard Robinson may transfer. The Wolverines also have the #5 QB in the country Devin Gardner coming to campus this summer. Could there be trouble brewing in Ann Arbor? I think so.