Michigan has won one Game in Columbus since 2000 and is 0-8 in its last eight swings.
That will change this year, according to former Michigan Wolverine Charles Woodson, who did his best Jim Tressel impression during a commencement speech Saturday in Ann Arbor.
"I talked about Desmond and myself running down that sideline to victory against you know who, and you know what, you guys haven't experienced that feeling very much against that school," Woodson said, addressing a senior class that didn't experience a win over the Buckeyes. "It hurts my heart, it really does.
"But I'm telling you here today, 212 days from now, your Michigan Wolverines team will go down to Columbus, march into that stadium and we will beat you know who to bring back that familiar feeling of victory back to The University of Michigan again," he said to a roar of applause from the audience.
The beauty of the offseason is outlandish comments like these can't be proven untrue. But November 24—a date actually 210 days away—will be upon us soon enough, and Eleven Warriors will be there to chart how this prophecy plays out.