It wouid've been a bit of a bummer had Ohio State lost to Michigan, especially since they're longtime rivals and the Buckeyes' are on an undefeated season. They almost took an L but narrowly escaped, thanks in part to defensive back Tyvis Powell. Michigan scored a touchdown to put itself in position to tie the game in the fourth quarter, but it went for a two-point conversion instead of the simpler extra-point. On the ensuing play, Powell made the spectacular interception to save the season and ensure a 42-41 victory. That probably hurt more than any one of Marcus Hall's punches...not that we're implying that he hits soft or anything.
[via For The Win]