After having to drudge through the 2020 season without seeing Ohio State and Michigan face each other on the football field, 2021 will hopefully see things getting back to normal, and “The Game” will return.

As of now, barring the unforeseen, the Buckeyes will travel to Ann Arbor on Nov. 27 to conclude the regular season as it has for most of the storied program’s history.

The Wolverines were supposed to travel to Columbus in 2020, but due to Covid issues the game never happened, causing Ohio State to come up short of a then-required number of games to qualify for the B1G Championship Game, resulting in a tidal wave of controversy that needed to be sorted out by the league.

During Thursday’s B1G Media Day at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Wolverines Defensive End Aiden Hutchinson discussed the upcoming OSU game. According to Hutchinson, Michigan is doing things within the program to focus on the rivalry like never before.

Wolverines linebacker Josh Ross added his input on “The Game” as well, saying it is the “purpose” of the Wolverines to beat the Buckeyes:

It is definitely talking season, but can the Wolverines back it up on the gridiron this fall?