QB John O'Korn likely to start for MI vs

QB John O'Korn likely to start for MI vs

QB John O'Korn likely to start for MI vs

J.T. Barrett left the game in the third quarter after exiting the field following a run.

Michigan's backup quarterbacks Saturday are Alex Malzone, Michael Sessa and freshman Dylan McCaffrey, son of former National Football League player Ed McCaffrey and brother of Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey.

Barrett's run cut Michigan's lead down to one score, 14-7, with 9:50 to play in the first half. He also rushed 15 times for 67 yards and a touchdown.

Barrett left in the third quarter following a running play as Ohio State trailed 20-14 in The Big Game. Haskins played solidly after replacing Barrett, completing six of seven passes for 94 yards, and guided the Buckeyes back from a 20-14 deficit to secure the victory. Either way, though, the Badgers will face a tough task in limiting the success of Ohio State's quarterback - as the Wolverines just learned the hard, depressing way.

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His final line: 17 of 32 passing for 195 yards, one touchdown, one interception. MI rushed the ball 36 times for 100 yards.

Initially, Ohio State took possession of the ball on a punt with a modest return.

Saturday's edition, though, has likely earned a spot in the history books for an injury suffered off the field, according to Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. Despite absorbing a crushing blow from MI safety Tyree Kinnel, who was injured on the play, Mack held onto the ball for the first down.

The Wolverines had an answer in the third quarter when Karan Higdon capped a 51-yard drive with a 2-yard scoring plunge, but Quinn Nordin's extra point was blocked. The Buckeyes led the Wolverines 21-20 headed into the fourth quarter.

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