As God intended, Ohio State and Michigan will meet for the 112th time Saturday, Nov. 28 at noon Eastern Time.
The Buckeyes still have designs on a Big Ten East divisional title, while Jim Harbaugh looks to pull a Bo Schembechler and derail the Buckeyes' conference and national title aspirations. If you're into chaos/masochism, the "fun" part starts if Ohio State downs Michigan State the week prior and then UM finds a way to pull the upset the subsequent week. In such an instance, the College Football Playoff committee could determine who represents the East division in Indianapolis for the 2015 Big Ten Championship Game.
Ohio State is 8-0 heading into their November slate while the Wolverines are 6-2. Though the Wolverines were on the wrong side of the coin when they found a way to lose in near comedic fashion in the final moments to Mark Dantonio's Spartans in Ann Arbor, Michigan got some of fortune's favor back on their side against Minnesota when Gophers interim head coach Tracy Claeys seemingly thought his way out of a highly probable victory.
Though the TV network is not yet announced, ABC (WSYX ABC6 locally) is a safe bet.