Michigan leads the overall series 57-42-6. For the first 16 years Michigan lead 14-0-2, with a combined score of (371-21), most of which were shutouts, including the 1901-02 Michigan Wolverines who were the only team in College Football history to have gone an entire season undefeated, untied, and unscored upon (including a shutout at the first rose bowl).
Since 1951 when Woody Hayes became head Coach at OSU, OSU leads the series 30-26-2. This includes the Infamous 10 year war between Woody Hayes (OSU) and Bo Schembechler (Mich) which Michigan winning, 5-4-1.
Michigan leads the series , 57-42-6 Over Ohio State. It is the closest Major Rivalry the past 50 years in sports history, Ohio State leading by 5, the past 80 years, it is also the closest, Ohio State leading by 1.
As of the 2008 season, both Ohio State and Michigan have 39 bowl appearances. Michigan has 19 bowl wins and Ohio State has 18 bowl wins.
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Ohio State has more. Some good one's are Vernon Gholston, Anthony Gonzalez, and Shane Olivea
Yes Yes While Michigan is the winningest football school in NCAA history, Ohio State since 1951 has taken over the spot as the nation's most winning team.
The Michigan-Ohio State football rivalry, known as The Game by some followers, is an American college football rivalry game played annually by the Wolverines of the University of Michigan and the Buckeyes of The Ohio State University. It has attracted particular national interest over the last four decades as most of the games have determined the Big Ten Conference title and the resulting Rose Bowl match ups, and many have influenced the outcome of the national college football championship. The game was ranked by ESPN in 2000 as the greatest North American sports rivalry.The annual match up between the two Midwest state schools has been held at the end of the regular season since 1935 (with exceptions in 1942, 1986, and 1998). Since 1918, the game's site has alternated between Columbus, Ohio, and Ann Arbor, Michigan (Michigan hosts it in odd years and Ohio State in even years), and has been played in Ohio Stadium since 1922 and Michigan Stadiumsince 1927. Through 2010, Ohio State and Michigan have decided the Big Ten Conference championship between themselves on 22 different occasions, and have affected the determination of the conference title an additional 27 times.Following the Big Ten's addition of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, effective beginning in the 2011 football season, the conference has been split into two six-team divisions. Big Ten officials placed Ohio State and Michigan in separate divisions, but the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry continues to take place at the end of the regular season every year. Conceivably, the teams could thereafter meet again the following week in the Big Ten Football Championship Game.The possibility of a rematch in the Big Ten championship game will be eliminated in 2014. In April 2013, the Big Ten announced they will realign its schools geographically when Maryland and Rutgers join, and the new alignment places the Wolverines and Buckeyes together in the East Division.For many years, the game has aired on ABC, often in the 12 PM time slot.
The Ohio State-Michigan Rivalry is considered the most intense rivalry. Alabama vs. Auburn - The Iron Bowl... consider... the game was not played for nearly forty years because of a dispute over per diems for the players. Alabama holds the series lead 39-28 (and a few meaningless ties) Very good rivalry but, of all the ones I've actually witnessed with my own two eyes, Clemson(ACC vs.South Carolina (SEC) takes the cake. I'm a Big Ten fan (Penn St) but some of the SEC ones are among the "Most heated".
As of the 2008 season, Ohio State leads the all time series against Michigan State 26-12. uhhh for having such a high rating - i thought you'd do a little research. is the number you were looking for. even though most of michigan's wins were prior to 1950, does not mean that you delete that data from history because you like OSU (and you're inbred) GO BLUE GO BLUE GO BLUE Well, Go Blue is a trumpeting call for Michigan. Unfortunately for you, the question is asking about the Michigan State Spartans and not the Michigan Wolverines. After the win today, 2011, the series is 27 wins for Ohio State and 13 wins for Michigan State. From a Michigan fan I'd have hoped for better reading comprehension.
:: Illinois :: Indiana :: Iowa :: Michigan :: Michigan State :: Minnesota :: Northwestern :: Ohio State :: Penn State :: Purdue :: Wisconsin
AnswerIt is Nebraska!! They have 294 consecutive sellouts as of 10/4/07. Go Huskers!!Update on the numbers, as of 9/26/2009 Nebraska has 300 consecutive sellouts!!! Way to GO BIG RED!!!Update, As of 11/6/09 Nebraska has a consecutive sellout streak to 303 straight games!!!!!!! a record that will never be broken because Nebraska has the most loyal fans in the world!!!!!!!!!
Michigan State has more value because Michigan is overrated.
There is a reason why they say the Big Ten Conference is the most difficult conference in NCAA, but there were 8 teams total. Nebraska, Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa, Ohio State, Northwestern, Illinois, and Penn State.