After being behind 243 on the ground midway through the first quarter, the Buckeyes started out the second half in reverse and pushed back into the lead with 204 left in the third, as they scored on three early downs.

In the fourth quarter, the Buckeyes went up by a score, as Dobbins made big plays down the field for some nice yardage including a 21-yarder with 2:09 left in the first half to force Ohio State for a field goal from 34 In the third quarter, Fields intercepted Michigan’s Nick Mangold at the Michigan 9 and returned the interception 44 yards to the 18 where he was also sacked by Mangold and Michigan. Dobbins also intercepted a Wolverines pass on the return to the same formation In the second half, Michigan’s Kain Colter drove the Buckeyes down the field to lead them to a field goal In the third quarter, Ohio State rushed 32 times and completed 10 of them, for 119 yards and two first downs. After being behind 24-3 on the ground midway through the first quarter, the Buckeyes started out the second half in reverse and pushed back into the lead with 2:04 left in the third, as they scored on three early downs. However, after completing another 13-play, 66-yard drive that drove them down the field to get to the Michigan 35, Dobbins threw for a season high-tying 46 yards to John Tressel to start the fourth quarter and then scored a fourth-quarter TD on a 19-yard run to get Michigan back in the game, 25-21.

As the game clock was winding down, Ohio State’s offense took a step back, as it put only three first downs on the ground and started an onside kick to go by, giving Michigan a chance to tie the game late in the fourth quarter. The Wolverines scored three touchdowns and went up by 10, but Ohio State took advantage of a missed opening kickoff to drive down the field to score on one more first down and then take a 7-yard lead with 7:29 left in the fourth, as Joe Schobert knocked the ball from behind the line of scrimmage back to Schobert for a touchdown, putting the Buckeyes up 41-21 in the fourth, when Dobbins threw four touchdown passes to Fields at the end of a 12-play, 76-yard drive in which Dobbins completed passes to each of the three receivers who had gone yards to give Ohio State a 20-7 lead with 8:06 remaining in the game. Dobbins completed passes to all of them and three of them were first downs in the fourth, including Dobbins’ 28-yard bomb to John Taylor, who was covered by Colter, for the first point of Ohio State’s final drive. Dobbins also had a 28-yard pass to Tressel, who was hit by Mangold on the play.

That was Dobbins’ fourth career 100-yard game, and the second time he had at least 50 in a season in 2008 (at Nebraska in 2009) or 2009 (at Nebraska in 2006) That game was also a huge reason why his former OSU quarterback, Mark Rypien, joined the NFL team that hired him after winning a pair of Super Bowls. Rypien (of the 49ers, Jets and Colts) threw for 454 yards and five touchdowns in a game against Indiana on the way to a 45-39 win He finished his career 23-7 as a starter with the 49ers and was a two-time All-Pro with the 49ers and Jets He signed with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2009 and had a nice season in 2011 with Baltimore (20-21 as a starter and with 5 TDs and three interceptions), but got cut by Baltimore after four games because of a concussion suffered in April of 2011 Dobbins joined the Colts, where he played in their wild-card playoff game against Kansas City to close out 2011, finishing the season 20-44 as a starter and with seven interceptions He appeared in all 16 games as a third-stringer and threw for 451 yards and four scores, including 38, 19 and 7 yards in four of those four games He started six games in 2012 and passed for a team-high 807 yards and four touchdowns while setting himself up to be a very good backup if Rypien struggled as a starter in 2013 Dobbins, a four-year starter, started 34-of-38 games at Michigan, where he won two Big Ten titles with three conference championships He also played in the Outback Bowl against Oregon in 2011 Dobbins earned second-team All-Big Ten honorable mention as a senior Although he was largely a backup that year as a member of the Wolverines, he completed 60.6% of his passes with two interceptions and five TDs and ran for another 15 yards, leading his team to a nine-win season and their first-ever Rose Bowl Overall, he ranks third in career passing efficiency (158.1) … Dobbins ranks fourth in career completion percentage (70.2), seventh

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