Michigan and Ohio State are always scheduled for the last game of the season, typically with a traditional timeslot.
Last season, both teams were jockeying for bowl standings as Michigan State controlled its Big Ten conference destiny. This year, however, could potentially mean so much more for both teams.
With both teams currently sitting undefeated and ranked in the top five (Ohio State No. 2, Michigan No. 4) in the polls, "The Game" could once again mean that winner takes all, and then some. If both teams are undefeated heading into this class rivalry game, both teams are playing for a spot to play in the Big Ten Championship Game and beyond.
Of course, there is still plenty of football left to be played. However, it appears that both teams are on a collision course for a big game at the end of November.
Announced on Wednesday, "The Game" is officially scheduled in its traditional noon timeslot on Nov. 26 with either ABC or ESPN broadcasting the game, which will be determined at a later date.
The game will take place in Columbus at Ohio Stadium.