John O’Korn will start for Michigan in the season finale against Ohio State according to reports.

This will be the fifth game O’Korn has started this season, but he’s made an appearance in eight of the Wolverines 11 games for the year. He is replacing freshman Brandon Peters, who was injured last weekend against Wisconsin.

O’Korn struggled in relief of Peters against the Badgers, completing just 2-of-8 passes for 19 yards. The quarterback has also struggled to move the Wolverines offense this season and has thrown five interceptions with just one touchdown pass.

It has also been reported that Peters won’t play but Wilton Speight was seen throwing passes on the field prior to kickoff.

This will be the first game O’Korn has started since Oct. 28 against Rutgers.

O’Korn was initially called into duty during Michigan’s B1G opener against Purdue after Wilton Speight was injured early in the game against the Boilermakers. He started in the next four games for Michigan, but was replaced by Peters midway through the game against Rutgers after struggling to move the offense.

For the season, O’Korn has thrown for 761 yards while completing 53.2 percent of his passes.

Michigan has not won “The Game” since 2011, a streak the Wolverines are hoping to snap.