The college football regular season concludes next weekend, and it’s no surprise that ESPN college game day It will be the last weekend.
ESPN announced Game’s Day will broadcast live from Ann Arbor before the showdown between No. 2 Ohio State and not 3 Michigan. This will be the tenth time Game’s Day It will be live from the Buckeyes-Wolverines rivalry, including the third consecutive season.
If both Michigan and Ohio State win their respective games this weekend, the matchup will be a battle of undefeated teams. However, regardless of what happens in this week’s action, The Game will decide which team will move on to play in the Big Ten Championship and, in all likelihood, the College Football Playoff.
— bill hofheimer (@bhofheimer_espn) November 18, 2023
Although Ohio State dominated the rivalry for much of this century, winning 15 of 16 matchups between 2004 and 2019, Michigan won the final two games on its way to Big Ten titles. The winner of this rivalry won the Big Ten in each of the last five seasons in which the game was played.