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Point-Counterpoint: The Michigan Game
Ohio State enters the Michigan game as two-touchdown favorites at 11-0, while Michigan is unranked and has lost four of the last six. So the Buckeyes should roll, right? That's what BSB writer Pat Brennan says. Not so fast, says BSB editor Jeff Svoboda. Both sides argue their case below. Pat: Buckeyes Too Good Some will tell you that anything can happen when Ohio State and Michigan meet on the gridiron. In a given year, you can disregard the teams' respective records and dismiss any national rankings attached to the programs. Certainly, some will say, you can cast out any concern for whether the teams have lived up to expectations that season. After all, you can't know for sure if preseason expectations were met until after The Game because both sides expected to win it along. 2013 is a different story, though. As far as Ohio State is concerned, go ahead and factor in its record, ranking and the preseason expectations because, quite simply, the Buckeyes have all of the above going...
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