Ohio State vs. Michigan in the BIG GAME Judgement day has almost arrived. After battling all season long to obtain their goals, The Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines have arrived here at this point, just 1 step away from a national title game. Both teams have taken paths and started from different spots, but they both are here now at the pinnacle of this sport. Just like in 2006 both teams are undefeated heading into the final game of the year with a shot at the BCS Title on the line. Of course that year Troy Smith and the Buckeyes handled the Wolverines in Columbus on their way to being destroyed by Tebow and the Gators in the title game. Who knows what will happen this time around but it should be one for the ages. Michigan At the beginning of the year expectations were rather low for Michigan coming off the 3-9 debacle of last year. The coaching staff even admitted the season would be a success if this team could win 7 or 8 games. They started the year ranked 56th, and now they have a chance to be #1. It has been a tough road for these youngsters, but the children have persevered and showed their true colors countless times in make or break situations this season. For a team with only 6 senior starters this truely is remarkable. UM has relied on an oppurtunistic defense and the best special teams unit in the country to get them to this point. The offense has been nothing spectacular, but they have done enough to not lose. The Wolverines have proved the nay-sayers wrong more than once this year, getting upset wins against Alabama, Penn State, and Notre Dame. Each of their last 5 games have been decided by a TD or less and it hasnt always been pretty, but in each instance the Wolverines have found a way to get a job done. The coaches have thrown in a few new wrinkles for the big showdown, but in the end it will come down to whether or not people continue to step up in the clutch for the Wolverines. Key Players QB T.Forcier: T. Forcier: 129-218 1767 yds 8 TD 13 INT, 264 rush yds 10 TD RB B.Minor: 161 att 818 yds 10 TD, 19 rec 262 yds 1 TD WR J. Hemingway: 36 rec 480 yds 2 TD MLB O.Ezeh: 82 tack 10 tfl 1 INT DE B.Graham: 45 tack 19 tfl 5 sack 1 INT RET T.Robinson: 44.0 yd avg return, 4 return TDs Ohio State Expectations were high to start the year as usual in Columbus for the Buckeyes. It was Terrelle Pryor's sophomore year, the year he was to have his coming out party. There were doubters all throughout the country but the Bucks have shut them up. Pryor has been the greatest dual threat QB in the country so far, and fellow sOpohomore RB Daniel "Boom" Herron is in contention for the heisman. The Bucks have not had as many close games as the Wolverines, but they have had their own adversity to deal with, as a scandal with Coach Gibby forced the university to replace the coach late in the season. This bunch of kids has adapted well and their goal of a national title in still very attainable. Everyone knows this game will be war, and im sure the Buckeyes will be ready for war in Ann Arbor. Key Players QB T.Pryor: 80-154 1246 yds 8 TD 7 INT 602 rush yds 9 TD RB D.Herron: 181 att 1191 yds 23 TD WR D.Posey: 10 rec 197 yds 2 TD SS K.Coleman: 55 tack 7 tfl 4 INT DT D.Worthington: 41 tack 16 tfl 8 sacks RET J.Berry: 40.4 yd ret avg, 3 ret TD There will be plenty of post game analysis on this one, i will be posting videos no worries. However i would like each of you to make a prediction for this one. This is by far the biggest game we have had in our dynasty and we need to recognize that. So post your opinions on this one and please back up your prognostications with an explanation.