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5 Answers Michigan at Ohio State

Ohio State beat Michigan thanks to a hot start by its quarterback and the ability of the Buckeye defense to bottle up one of his counterparts on the other side of the ball after halftime. We look at those questions and more in this week's "5 Answers".

1. Will Braxton Miller bounce back? Ohio State's sophomore quarterback got off to a hot start, hitting Devin Smith for a 52-yard pass on the fourth play of the game to give the Buckeyes first and goal at the Michigan 8-yard line. His arm was key on the Buckeyes' second scoring drive, too, as he went 5 for 6 passing for 55 yards en route to a 41-yard field goal by Drew Basil. Miller was 1... Recommended Stories

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