发信人: bystander (俗人), 信区: Ohio
标 题: 看看OSU和Michigan冤家对头的由来...
发信站: The unknown SPACE (Tue Nov 19 22:06:40 2002), 转信
This will be the 99th meeting between the two schools since
the series began in 1897. Michigan leads the rivalry, 56-36-6,
and has a 27-19-2 edge in games played in Columbus. The Buckeyes
won last year in Ann Arbor, 26-20, snapping a two-game losing
streak at the hands of the Wolverines. Michigan won the most
recent game in Columbus, prevailing 38-26 in 2000. Ohio State's
last win at home was a 31-16 verdict in 1998.
Michigan dominated the series early on, winning or tying the
first 15 games and jumping out to a 19-3-2 advantage. Since
1952, however, the two schools have played to a dead heat
Michigan and Ohio State have played continuously since 1918
and have ended the Big Ten season against each another every
year since 1935.
The Ohio Stadium dedication game in 1922 was against Michigan.
The Michigan Stadium dedication game five years later was
against the Buckeyes.
Michigan snapped the Buckeyes' 17-game Big Ten winning streak
in 1976. Ohio State returned the favor in 1998, ending a string
of 16-consecutive league wins by the Wolverines.
The rivalry is filled with memorable confrontations and upsets;
almost too many to mention. But in recent years, Michigan knocked
Ohio State from the unbeaten ranks in 1995 and '96, while the
Buckeyes' win last year denied the Wolverines a share of the
Big Ten title and cost them a BCS bid.
Outstanding individual performances in the series include 313
yards rushing by Michigan tailback Tim Biakabutuka in 1995,
and 330 yards passing by Ohio State's Joe Germaine in 1998.
The Wolverines' largest margin of victory came in 1902, a
resounding 86-0 humbling of the Buckeyes. Ohio State recorded
a 50-14 victory in 1968 in Columbus on the way to the Big Ten's
last consensus national championship.
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