Ohio State and Michigan are set to renew their rivalry on Saturday, and per usual, there is a lot on the line. The winner of the contest wins the Big Ten East and gets to take on Northwestern in the league's title game. A College Football Playoff spot could be on the line as well.
Friday, Tim Tebow, who played for Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer at Florida, was on First Take to talk about the contest. He made an interesting suggestion regarding what we might see in the contest.
Tebow twice said that Meyer, in the second half, could run some trick plays - saying he might have some "tricks up his sleeve" for the game.
Tebow also harped on the idea that the game is a must-win for Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines. He thinks this is their opportunity to finally turn the tide on the Buckeyes.
Michigan, at the moment, is the No. 4 team in the College Football Playoff rankings, but there's no doubt that they need to win out to qualify for the event. Ohio State is No. 10 - but obviously, a win over the Wolverines would move them up.
Ohio State, if it can win out, can still wind up No. 4 - but they'd have to jump the likes of Oklahoma, LSU and Washington State along the way.
The game will take place at Ohio Stadium and kick off at Noon ET. It'll be broadcast on FOX.