TreVeyon Henderson and Ohio State’s offense found a way to tie Michigan at 17-all in the third quarter of The Game. Henderson finished off a clinical drive with a short touchdown drive with the Buckeyes finding their footing offensively.

Kylie McCord did complete big first-down throws to Marvin Harrison Jr. and Emeka Egbuka on the drive, but the real story was the work of the offensive line. After getting into Michigan territory, the Buckeyes ran the ball 8 straight times with Chip Trayanum and Henderson carrying the load.

Henderson carried the ball the last two plays, gaining 8 yards on first down and then 3 more to punch in the game-tying touchdown:

Neither offense has been explosive in The Game, but the ground game traditionally goes a long way in deciding the outcome. After the latest drive, Ohio State’s offense holds the edge in rushing yards late in the third quarter.

Can Michigan respond?