No Blake Corum, no problem.
Michigan football on Saturday beat Ohio State, 45-23 in Columbus for the first time since 2000 and Twitter, understandably, was a madhouse.
Love for Jim Harbaugh, suspicions of Ryan Day, a little Ric Flair, it was all there on social media.
Without Corum, a Heisman candidate and one of the nation's top rushers, Michigan still piled up 252 rushing yards Saturday, thumping the rival Buckeyes. U-M hardly trailed after the first quarter, committed no turnovers and got three touchdown passes from J.J. McCarthy.
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It's Harbaugh's second straight win over the Buckeyes and his team's second straight trip to the Big Ten title, where U-M will face one of the uninspiring teams that wins the West Division. Another College Football Playoff berth appears on the horizon as well.
For now, let's focus on The Game. What a game it was.
J.J. McCarthy being mid as a passer this season was 3-D chess.
People not feeling Ohio State or Ryan Day. It's a dirty game.
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This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan football clobbers Ohio State: 'Props to Harbaugh'