Whose absence from Michigan Stadium on Saturday are you most thankful for?
On Thanksgiving Day, we thought we’d give Michigan football fans a chance to share what they’re thankful for.
More specifically, who you’re most thankful will not be in Michigan Stadium when the Wolverines host Ohio State on Saturday (noon, ABC).Your options, in alphabetical order:
Urban Meyer: He may be Ohio State’s coach next season. Or maybe not. Or he may be. Or maybe not. He’s certainly not going to be the Buckeyes’ coach this year.
Terrelle Pryor: The former Ohio State quarterback was 3-0 against Michigan, completing 32-of-57 passes for 407 yards and five touchdowns and running 39 times for 116 yards.
Greg Robinson: The former Michigan defensive coordinator’s unit gave up 478 yards against Ohio State last season, which pushed the Wolverines deeper down the national (110th of 120 teams) and Big Ten (11th of 11) defensive rankings.
Rich Rodriguez: The former Michigan coach was a combined 0-6 against Michigan State and Ohio State. His teams were outscored 100-24 by the Buckeyes.
Jim Tressel: The former Ohio State coach was 8-1 against Michigan, leading the Buckeyes to wins in the last seven meetings. (The 2010 win was vacated.)