The Michigan-Ohio State rivalry is one of the fiercest in all of sports, not just on the college level.
If you bleed Maize and Blue, you can't stand the Buckeyes. Likewise, if you're an OSU fan, you hate TTUN (That Team Up North).
With Michigan basketball's home win over Ohio State today, the two teams officially split their season series. Ohio State beat the Wolverines in Columbus in December.
But it isn't just this year's basketball series that is dead-even. No, these two schools have been pretty close overall.
In the AP Poll era, Michigan and Ohio State are 7-7 against each other in basketball matchups when both teams were ranked.
In football, the two teams have met 44 times when both were ranked. The record in those matchups? An even 20-20-4.
Like any good rivalry, you can't have one program without the other. These two teams have been worthy adversaries.
Overall, Ohio State leads the all-time basketball rivalry, while Michigan has the edge in football. However, the Buckeyes have dominated the gridiron of late, winning six in a row and 13 of 14 against the Wolverines.
The 2018 Michigan-Ohio State football game is set for November 24 at Ohio Stadium.