However, like most Wolverines in the past 15 years, a span that has seen the Wolverines go 2-13 against their rivals, he’s never beaten the Buckeyes in his career.
Glasgow, who played in "The Game" in 2013 and 2014, sat out last season with a chest injury. So this is his last chance to beat his rivals from Columbus.
“There is no doubt it’s the biggest game of my career,” Glasgow said of OSU. “Biggest game of fifth and fourth year (seniors) careers, there is a lot on the line, and we’re going to prepare like it.”
He’s no joking, when No. 3 Michigan (10-1, 7-1 Big Ten) plays at No. 2 Ohio State (10-1, 7-1) this Saturday at noon, both teams will be playing for a spot in the College Football Playoff, so the stakes are as high as ever.
“We have a big one next week, everyone knows that, we know it,” Glasgow said. “It’s always in the back of your mind during the season. There are a few games that stick out when you see the schedule. This is definitely one of them.”
But make no mistake; if Michigan plans to win, they have to prepare for it all week, says Glasgow.
“I think we are in alright spot,” Glasgow said. “But if we don’t prepare, we’ll go down there and get our butt’s kick. We have to prepare hard, and we have to play hard.”