Michigan quarterback John O'Korn issued his faith in the Wolverines to get the job done against Ohio State.
Michigan's backup quarterback, John O'Korn, believes the Wolverines can get the job done on Saturday. Michigan travels to Ohio State to take on the Buckeyes in the biggest game of the season.
The winner of this game will most likely move on to the College Football Playoff. And John O'Korn believes it will be the Wolverines. According to SB Nation's Maize n Brew blog, O'Korn issued the following statement to a group of Michigan fans during a traditional pre-game ceremony at the grave site of Bo Schembechler:
"I believe in our coaches, and I believe in this team. We appreciate all your support all year and we'll get it done on Saturday."
It's not really a "guarantee" in the "I guarantee we're going to win" sense. O'Korn should be confident in his team. At 10-1 on the season, Michigan earned its respect. A win over Ohio State would place the Wolverines in the Big Ten Championship Game.
Michigan and Ohio state kick off at 12 p.m. E.T. The game will be broadcast on ABC.