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Buckeyes Beat Michigan with Familiar Tactic

When Ohio State needed an answer to Michigan's only touchdown drive, the Jim Tressel and his coaching staff reached into their bag of tricks and took out one near and dear to the heart of the Wolverines' head coach.

In the aftermath of Ohio State's 21-10 win against Michigan on Saturday, one could not help but think this must have been pretty close to what Rich Rodriguez had in mind in December 2007 when he told Terrelle Pryor he was leaving West Virginia to become the head coach at Michigan. He wanted Pryor to follow him so he could run the zone read play that makes his offense go, but the head coach's...

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