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Buckeyes Looking To Reverse Turnover Trend

Laurinaitis falls on a fumble.

It is a statistic that has flown in the face of most conventional football logic. In the past two seasons, the Buckeyes have lost the turnover margin against Michigan but come away with victories. Find out what the Buckeyes hope to do to change those numbers and give themselves a better chance of winning this weekend.

In the last two Ohio State-Michigan games, one crucial set of numbers aside from the point totals has not added up to consecutive Buckeye victories. Bucking all conventional logic, the Buckeyes have lost the turnover margin in each of their last two wins against the Wolverines and still come away with wins. In a come-from-behind victory in 2005, OSU fumbled the ball away twice and forced no... Recommended Stories

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