Ann Arbor, MI (WOIO) - You don't need a football to keep this rivalry alive and well. You just need some scarlet and grey, a little maize and blue, and oh yeah, games like this one.
Ranked 10th in the nation going in, the Buckeyes took third-ranked Michigan down to the wire in overtime, before falling 76-74. Aaron Craft's layup attempt was blocked in the final seconds to secure the win for the Wolverines.
Lenzelle Smith Jr. had tied the game for the Buckeyes with a jumper with :20 left to force overtime.
Deshaun Thomas led Ohio State with 17 points, while Tim Hardaway Jr. led Michigan with 23.