Michigan-Ohio State Live Updates: Buckeyes hold a 10-3 lead over Wolverines

Week 13 of the college football the season is in full swing Saturday and kicks off with a monster game between classic rivals No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan, underway in the ‘Shoe. Watch The Game live on FOX and the FOX Sports app!

FOX Sports college football analyst Urban Meyer – Ohio State head coach from 2012-18 – and NFL analyst Charles Woodson – a Michigan defensive back/wide receiver from 1995-97 and 1997 Heisman Trophy winner – delved into history of the Big Ten Rivalry.

If the Buckeyes want to avenge last year’s loss, coach Ryan Day said there are three things they need to get right: tackling, blocking and avoiding the loss of the ball.

Tom Rinaldi speaks with Ryan Day

Tom Rinaldi speaks with Ohio State head coach Ryan Day about the keys to victory ahead of the rivalry game against Michigan.

Here are our live updates!

No. 3 Michigan at No. 2 Ohio State

Q1, 1:19: Good and good

Ohio State’s Noah Ruggles kicked a 32-yard field goal to put the Buckeyes on top, 10–3.

Q1, 7:37: Perfect pass and catch

Michigan QB JJ McCarthy scrambled and delivered a perfect pass to Ronnie Bell for the big win. That flyout led to a field goal and narrowed the deficit to 7-3.

Q1, 10:02: Buckeyes strike first!

Ohio State put in an impressive first drive, capped off with a 4-yard TD attack from CJ Stroud to Emeka Egbuka.

Welcome to enemy territory

After Ohio State took the field, it was Michigan’s turn. The Wolverines came in with a mix of cheers and boos at the ‘Shoe.

The Buckeyes take the field

CJ Stroud leads the No. 2 ranked Buckeyes onto the field as kickoff approaches.

Gratitude pay forward

Tm Rinaldi tells the incredible story of Blake Corum and the huge impact the hopeful Heisman has both on and off the field.

Ohio State seeks revenge for 2021 loss to Michigan

Ohio State seeks revenge for 2021 loss to Michigan

The “Big Noon Kickoff” crew, featuring Charles Woodson, explains how the Ohio State Buckeyes can avenge their loss to the Michigan Wolverines in 2021.

10:05 a.m. ET: Blake Corum in the house

Michigan fans love to see it.

8:55 a.m. ET: Ohio State officially closed Treveyon Henderson, Jaxon Smith-Njigba

The Buckeyes will miss two stars due to injury, out of eight players out for the team. Henderson was injured in last week’s game against Maryland, re-injuring his foot. Smith-Njigba was expected to compete for the Heisman this season before suffering a hamstring injury, limiting him to three games this season.

8:40 a.m. ET: Blake Corum reportedly plans to play

michigan seems to be getting a big boost, according to an ESPN report that star running back Blake Corum plans to take on Ohio State. Corum absorbed a low tackle into the open field in the second quarter of last Saturday’s game against Illinois and immediately grabbed his left knee in pain. His status hung in the air all week.

Corum is the undisputed centerpiece of this year’s Michigan offense with 245 carries for 1,457 yards and 18 touchdowns – all of which rank in the top seven nationally. We’ll find out how much he can give Michigan if he does play on Saturday.

Stay tuned for updates!

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