Ohio USC Florida Michigan State Ohio State Duke
Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnestota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State,Penn State, Purdue,Wisconsin
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers, and Wisconsin
John Cooper had a record of 2-10-1 against Michigan in his 13 seasons as head football coach at Ohio State: 1988: Michigan 34, Ohio State 31 1989: Michigan 28, Ohio State 18 1990: Michigan 16, Ohio State 13 1991: Michigan 31, Ohio State 3 1992: Michigan 13, Ohio State 13 1993: Michigan 28, Ohio State 0 1994: Ohio State 22, Michigan 6 1995: Michigan 23, Ohio State 21 1996: Michigan 13, Ohio State 9 1997: Michigan 20, Ohio State 14 1998: Ohio State 31, Michigan 16 1999: Michigan 24, Ohio State 17 2000: Michigan 38, Ohio State 26
Michigan , Ohio , usa, is on the american continent.
That's a tough question.. some good colleges that are not like Harvard or Princeton are MSU ( Michigan State University ), UVM (University of Michigan) Ohio state.. the college doesnt need to be ranked in the top 10.. many colleges ranked in the top 100 are pretty good schools.. here is the list of the best 100 colleges in U.S.. www.best100colleges.com
Michigan state is one of the many great colleges in Michigan. You can look up some of the highest ranked schools in Michigan in your local library. Great choice.
Michigan beat Ohio St. 80-70.
The Christian colleges in Ohio include Ohio Christian University, Ohio Valley University, Cedarville University, and many others.
There are many excellent colleges in Michigan. Some I can recommend are Central Michigan college, Delta college, Concordia university, Oakland university and Michigan state university.