Michigan-Ohio State. The Game. The greatest rivalry in all of sports.

For Ohio State and Michigan fans, this is it. This is all that matters. If these teams go 1-11 overall, but defeat the other school to close the season, fans are happy.

Crazy, right?

That’s the reality of it.

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We all know the magnitude of The Game, and Jim Harbaugh has been a part of the rivalry as both a player and a coach. If anyone knows, he knows best.

Here’s Harbaugh during his weekly presser on Monday talking about the showdown:

“I have great respect for all the players and coaches who played in this game. I’m very aware of the rivalry having played in it, having coached in it, having grown up here. As I liken the Michigan State game to a state championship, this is even bigger, this is two states championship. Michigan and Ohio. We’re excited. We’re excited for the challenge. I’m excited and up for the challenge.
“This is the biggest game of the year.”
Michigan-Ohio State is scheduled for a noon kickoff on Saturday in Ann Arbor. The Game will be televised on FOX.