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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Ohio State/Michigan -100
Monday at 9 p.m. - Michigan at Ohio State (1986) Since Michigan quarterback Jim Harbaugh always thinks positively, he was loosening up his arm when Ohio State's Matt Frantz was lining up for a 45-yard field goal Saturday. After all, there was a minute left to play. Frantz's kick was wide left, and Michigan won 26-24.
Tuesday at 9 p.m. - Ohio State at Michigan (1987) Earle Bruce, who didn't want to leave, left a winner. Matt Frantz, a goat a year ago, kicked a 26-yard field goal with 5:18 remaining Saturday, lifting Ohio State to a 23-20 Big Ten Conference victory over error-prone Michigan.
Wednesday at 9 p.m. - Ohio State at Michigan (1997) Charles Woodson produced one of the sweetest performances in the history of the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry, leading the top-ranked Wolverines to a 20-14 victory over the fourth-ranked Buckeyes.
Thursday at 9 p.m. - Michigan at Ohio State (2002) Maurice Hall scored on a 4-yard run with 4:55 left and the second-ranked Buckeyes survived two late drives by No. 12 Michigan for a 14-9 win that propelled Ohio State into the Fiesta Bowl.
Friday at 9 p.m. - Michigan at Ohio State (1990) J.D. Carlson kicked a 37-yard field goal with three seconds left after Michigan had stopped Ohio State on a fourth-and-1 situation with 1:38 left, giving the Wolverines a 16-13 Big Ten Conference victory.
More Ohio State/Michigan college football programming on Saturday includes:
12am - Ohio State at Michigan (1969) Michigan 24, Ohio St. 12. 1st year coach Bo Schembechler leads UM to upset of #1 ranked Buckeyes and OSU's only reg. season loss from 1968-70.
2am - Ohio State at Michigan (1977) In the battle of Big 10 giants and football cliches, the team that made fewer mistakes, Michigan, defeated the team that made more, Ohio State. Michigan stopped Ohio State drives at this own 12 and 11 (twice) and eight (twice) yard kines both by forcing Buckeye fumbles, and playing strong defense. The final score was 14-6.
4am - Ohio State at Michigan (1981) With Woody Hayes watching from on high, Art Schlichter, the quarterback who had brought the pass back to Ohio State football, beat Michigan with a run. Playing his last regular-season game, Schlichter avoided three Wolverines on a 6-yard run with 2 minutes 50 seconds remaining that gave Ohio State a 14-9 victory at Michigan Stadium.
7am - Woody Hayes, The Football Coach An uncensored, behind the scenes look at one of America's most famous sports figures. Filmed by the BBC in the weeks leading up to Ohio State's season opener of 1977, this documentary contains exclusive interviews with the coach, and follows Woody into practices (even into the huddle), team meetings, film review sessions, the halftime locker room, and more. The result is a complete picture of Woody Hayes, one that reveals him to be much more than just a football coach. Learn what the Buckeye legend thought of his critics, witness his trademark intensity firsthand, and marvel at his motivational techniques.
8:30am - 10 Year War: Bo vs. Woody The Ohio State/Michigan rivalry from 1969-1978 is examined. The program also features interviews with both head coaches, Bo Schembechler and Woody Hayes.
9:30am - SportsCentury: Woody Hayes
10am - Ohio State at Michigan (1995) Tshimanga Biakabutuka already had incentive for a big day, but he got a little more from Ohio State receiver Terry Glenn who made some disparaging pregame remarks, including calling the Wolverines ''nobodies.' Biakabutuka rushed for 313 yards, helping No. 18 Michigan knock Ohio State out of a Rose Bowl berth for the second time in the last three years with a 31-23 Big Ten triumph over the No. 2 Buckeyes.
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