Video: Michigan Goes For 2-Point Conversion For The Win, Ohio State Intercepts Devin Gardner

Well, the best rivalry in college football just might have given us the best game of the season. The Michigan Wolverines played host to No. 3 Ohio State in Ann Arbor today looking to play spoiler on what could end up another undefeated season. Not many gave Michigan a chance, but with 32 seconds remaining in the game, the Wolverines found themselves trailing by one following a Devin Funchess touchdown. 

Of course, Brady Hoke was going to go for a two-point conversion for the win. Devin Gardner dropped backed and threw it to the end zone, but was picked off by Tyvis Powell, sealing the victory for Ohio State:

Seriously, what a game — this rivalry never seems to disappoint.


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