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Defense Dominates In Title-Clinching Victory

Led by defensive end Vernon Gholston, Ohio State's defense put on a big performance in the team's 14-3 win over Michigan. The Wolverines were held to less than 100 yards of total offense for the first time in a game since 1962.

For the second game in a row, the statistics piled up by the Ohio State defense merited a second glance. This time, though, they had to be pleased with what they saw. One week after allowing 400 yards – a season high – to Illinois in their first loss at home since 2005, the Buckeyes thoroughly dominated a Michigan offense that had put up more than 450 yards of total offense four times in its...

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