Michigan Cancels Game Versus Ohio State

Due to a Coronavirus outbreak amongst the team and in the locker room, Michigan has decided to cancel their game against Ohio State this Saturday, December 12th according to a team statement.

That means for the first time since 1917 the Buckeyes and Wolverines won’t meet on the football field. So that means Ohio State won’t get the chance to beat Michigan for the 9th straight year and for the 18th time in the last 20 years!

How this affects Ohio State’s Big Ten Title Game chances, and whether or not the Buckeyes can schedule another game for this Saturday, remains up in the air.

Ryan Day and the #4 ranked Buckeyes are (5-0) on the season, while Jim Harbaugh and the unranked Wolverines are (2-4).

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh calls a timeout in the third quarter of an NCAA college football game against Ohio State in Ann Arbor, Mich., Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019. Ohio State won 56-27. (AP Photo/Tony Ding)

More on this story as it develops,  so tune in to the Kenny and JT show today at 3pm for all the latest information.