The Game is intense enough without going to overtime. Yet, that's exactly where things went Saturday in Ohio Stadium as the No. 2 Buckeyes edged the No. 4 Wolverines behind Curtis Samuel's 15-yard touchdown run in double overtime.
Trailing Michigan 27–24, Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett set the stage, picking up a huge 4th down conversion to keep Ohio State's dreams alive in the second overtime period. Samuel did the rest, racing untouched for the winner before a raucous crowd in Ohio Stadium.
Here's the run from another angle, courtesy of our own Eric Seger:
In the 113 seasons in which the two storied programs have met, this is the first game to go into overtime and what a dandy it turned into.