COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -Not since 1962 has Ohio State been so favored in its rivalry with Michigan.
The 10th-ranked Buckeyes are a 19-point favorite against the Wolverines, who have a 3-8 record.
Buckeye students and fans still swarmed around Ohio Stadium on Saturday, aware that anything can happen in an end-of-season game. Many tailgated in frigid temperatures in the Columbus area.
Police patrolled sidewalks and streets to head off a possible repeat of 2002, when fans rioted after Ohio State beat Michigan en route to the national championship.

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