Final: Ohio State football team stops Michigan, 21-10
Michigan comes up empty: Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier was intercepted in the end zone by Devon Torrence with 8:07 to play in the game. Michigan had driven 44 yards in 5 plays to the OSU 10-yard line.
Ohio State 14, Michigan 10: Tate Forcier, scrambling left, then right on a third-down play, found Vincent Smith for a 19-yard touchdown pass. Michigan’s drive covered 49 yards in 8 plays. The drive started when Jonas Mouton intercepted a Terrelle Pryor pass.
Ohio State 7, Michigan 3: Jason Olesnavage kicked a 46-yard field goal to cap a 10-play, 50-yard drive by Michigan. Michigan has 148 yards of total offense and has held Ohio State to 72 yards.
Ohio State 7, Michigan 0: Junior defensive end Cameron Heyward recovered a fumble by Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier in the end zone as Ohio State scored first. Forcier, scrambling on a third-down play in his own end zone, dropped the ball while looking for an opening.
Game under way: Ohio State opened the game on offense and picked up two first downs before its drive stalled near midfield.
Kickoff: The Ohio State football team has a 7-3 edge in the last 10 Michigan-Ohio State games and today's game kicks off at noon at Michigan Stadium. We'll update this story throughout the game.
Live chat: Join our in-game live chat led by Pete Bigelow and Michael Rothstein.
Ohio State: The Buckeyes (9-2, 6-1) have clinched a tie for the Big Ten title and are headed to the Rose Bowl. They have won five consecutive Big Ten titles. Ohio State leads the conference in total defense, rushing defense and turnover margin.