The circle on the Michigan football schedule is coming up this weekend when the Wolverines welcome (so to speak) No. 2 Ohio State to Ann Arbor.

A win by the Wolverines would be the first for head coach Jim Harbaugh since he took over at Michigan in 2015 and likely put Michigan into the College Football Playoffs. It won’t come easy, facing off against one of the most explosive offenses in college football.

But the Michigan offense is pretty good too, and quarterback Cade McNamara is looking to take advantage of the Ohio State defense, and said he’s “not concerned” about them.

That’s sure to draw out a response from Columbus in due time. For sure, the post is on a bulletin board somewhere, if not everywhere in the Buckeyes locker room.

Both teams sit at equal 10-1 records on the season, and the B1G East top spot is up for grabs along with that CFP slot. McNamara has thrown for 14 touchdowns with just 2 interceptions on the season, racking up 2,142 yards on 170 completions.

But OSU is coming off a 56-7 blowout win over No. 12 Michigan State, after jumping out to an incredible 49-0 halftime lead, led by freshman QB CJ Stroud, who put up a 432-yard, six TD showing against the Spartans.

Kickoff is set for 11:00 AM on Saturday, Nov. 27 — buckle up.