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It is not over til it’s over! OSU pulled off a close win against Michigan (the school up North) in double overtime 30-27. The game from the start had OSU trying to play catch up but when it counted the most, the Buckeyes were able to pull touchdowns and stop the Michigan offense.

J.T. Barrett kept it on fourth down and slammed into the back of his blocker, A.J. Alexander, right at the line to gain. The first-down call stood up to video review. Curtis Samuel ran to set up the fourth-and-1, found a lane and raced into the end zone to win it.

Facing fourth-and-1 from the 16-yard-line, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer decided not to kick a potential game-tying field goal with a kicker who had already missed 2-out-of-3 kicks.

 

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