Michigan Defeated Ohio State For Its Second Consecutive Win In The Rivalry.
Columbus, Ohio -- J.J. McCarthy wasn't the most decorated
quarterback on the field before Saturday's clash with Ohio State,
and he wasn't even his team's biggest star.
He Left Ohio Stadium With Running
Back Donovan Edwards As A Michigan Legend.
McCarthy threw three long touchdown passes and added a scoring run early in the fourth
quarter and Edwards broke up on two long touchdown runs as No. 3 Michigan defeated No. 2 Ohio
State 45–23, their second straight upset in the rivalry. . Playing almost the entire game without star
Blake Corum, Michigan had five touchdowns of 45 yards or more and four.
touchdowns of 69 yards or more to stun the Buckeyes