Ohio State football families know they’re part of a living history of dominance: A final Michigan memory – cleveland.com

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Ohio StateToday 8:48 AM Mike Mulholland | MLive.comOhio State running back J.K. Dobbins (2) celebrates in front of the Michigan student section after the Buckeyes’ 56-27 win over Michigan at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, on Saturday, November 30, 2019. The loss is Michigan’s eighth straight loss to Ohio State. (Mike Mulholland | MLive.com)ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Ohio State players emerge from the tunnel at the back of Michigan Stadium every other November almost as if The Big House is spitting them out, trying to expel the taste of Buckeye after another OSU win. To me, the rivalry lives here as much as anywhere, by the team buses, players carrying smiles of victory and meals to-go, in the moments they can share with their loved ones.In Columbus, you celebrate The Game with more than 100,000 fans. In Ann Arbor, you truly share it with your teammates, and then your family.“When I see it, it’s as good of a feeling that you could possibly have as a person,” Ryan Day said Tuesday of watching his players with their parents and siblings before the Buckeyes put Michigan Stadium in the rearview mirror.While Day is loathe to soak in the moment in the middle of a season, as all coaches are, he drifted into that three-day-old memory for a brief moment during Big Ten Championship Game preparation — because the Buckeyes are living their history. The Buckeyes have defeated Michigan 15 of the last 16 years. The 15 OSU wins before that took 36 years. The 15 OSU wins before that took 32 years.Ohio State has doubled its productivity in The Game. And on Saturday, the Buckeyes tied their record for the longest winning streak in Ann Arbor at four games, match

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