“The Game” Is More than a Game for Rich Rod and the Wolverines

Posted by Russ Hartley on November-18-2009 Add Comments

You could not have enough rulers to measure the implications of this week's Michigan-Ohio State game. No matter what anyone says, "The Game" is one of the most profound rivalries in college sports. The meeting between these two teams is always filled with aggression, hard hits, and until recently, the Big Ten Championship.

Technically this game is meaningless to the Buckeyes, but Jim Tressel won't admit that. OSU clinched a Rose Bowl appearance with their win over Iowa last weekend. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor will be heading into hostile Ann Arbor, looking for his first win at "The Big House."

The importance of this game leans towards the maize and blue. Talk has stirred this season of the firing of coach Rich Rodriguez. I...

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