Ohio State is officially ready for Michigan.

The Buckeyes removed all mentions to the letter ‘M’ on its social media Sunday morning, replacing them with a Scarlett ‘X.’

Here’s this from Ohio State’s president:

The Buckeyes also made the switch for its Twitter bio:

Of course, this game is in serious doubt due to a COVID-19 outbreak at Michigan. Wolverines officials are reportedly ‘pessimistic’ about being able to play the game.

If the game is played, Ohio State would be heavily favored. Michigan has had its worst season in recent memory as questions swirl around Jim Harbaugh’s job security.

The Buckeyes have won eight straight games over their arch rivals. Michigan still holds the all-time series lead 58-51-1, but Ohio State is closing quickly.

Ohio State could be shorthanded again on Saturday due to COVID-19, but head coach Ryan Day is expected to return this week. If the game happens, kick off will be at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday.