ANN ARBOR, MI – Michigan scored 20 points in the fourth quarter to come back from a 14-point deficit with a chance to tie or win against Ohio State at home, falling short when their two-point conversion was intercepted in the end zone with less than a minute left.
Buckeyes running back Carlos Hyde ran for 226 yards and one score while quarterback Braxton Miller rushed for 153 and three touchdowns of his own.
Despite getting gashed by the running game, Michigan hung with the third-ranked Buckeyes all game and drove the length of the field with just over two minutes to go to score after the Buckeyes retook the lead. With the chance to go for overtime, Michigan head coach Brady Hoke chose to go for the win but fell just short.
John Sadak and Tim Brown called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.