Ohio State falls. Alabama survives. Bedlam, possibly the last in the rivalry, lived up to the hype. See how Week 13's biggest games impacted the Power Rankings.
- Michigan vaults up to 10-1 to win national title
- Wolverines batter Buckeyes, clinch Big Ten East
- Line shifts to Michigan despite big money on OSU
- Howard ready to 'lose my voice' at OSU-Michigan
The state of playoff rankings: Michigan needs a Big Ten championship, Cincy is no lock, Bama must beat Georgia, Pokes have a chance and Notre Dame could use help.
We begin every Rivalry Week by throwing the records out the window, but this still felt like some delirious fiction.
On the final regular-season weekend in college football, the internet trolls were active, especially since it's Rivalry Week.
Find out who makes the College Football Playoff picks this week.
Rivalry Week is here, and of course Ohio State has not missed a beat in prepping for Michigan. Come back throughout the day for Saturday's best.
No. 5 Michigan punished No. 2 Ohio State at the line of scrimmage and left no doubt about the better team after a 42-27 win.
Michigan now has the third-best odds to win the national championship, behind only Georgia and Alabama.
Powered by Hassan Haskins and a dominant running game, Michigan finally topped its biggest rival, Ohio State, on Saturday, securing a spot in the Big Ten title game with a win that will also shake up the CFP standings.
— Jim Harbaugh got the win he wanted perhaps as desperately as any coach in sports.
The latest edition of this classic rivalry turned into a showcase for how physical Michigan can play. The Wolverines rushed for 297 yards and their defense pressured and pounded Ohio State's offense. Here are the best plays and all the reactions.
It's been a long time since Michigan defeated Ohio State. This year's game has major College Football Playoff implications for both teams, and College GameDay is there.
The point spread has moved toward underdog Michigan despite the vast majority of the money being bet on Ohio State ahead of Saturday's game.
Michigan and Oklahoma State look to snap losing streaks and take a step toward the playoff, while Alabama and Cincinnati need to keep winning. Plus, clinching scenarios for every conference.
How do Michigan and Ohio State compare in recruiting? What about Alabama and Auburn? We pore through the numbers and the battles.
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