Disaster seemingly struck the Wolverines on the second play of the game as senior quarterback Devin Gardner lofted an interception over the middle to a waiting Von Bell.
The Buckeyes would score minutes later appearing to be only the beginning of what would be a long day for the Wolverines.
But it wasn't.
The Wolverines would take a 14-7 lead on a touchdown run by Drake Johnson as well, heading into halftime locked up at 14.
In the second half the wheels would come off for Michigan though, Ohio State doubling the Wolverines up 28-14 to win it 42-28.
Josh Newkirk and Kyle Bogenschutz discuss Michigan's surprising performance on both ends and how coach Brady Hoke addressed his future post game.