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Why a matchup between Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo and Ohio State’s tackles will decide how competitive The Game is

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo are Michigan’s best chance of making Saturday’s Ohio State vs. Michigan football game competitive. The Wolverines’ defensive ends have a combined 77 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 19 sacks, six pass breakups and seven forced fumbles. They’re game-changers like in a way the Buckeyes haven’t seen this season, mainly because there are two of them. But that doesn’t mean they haven’t spent the last 11 weeks getting prepared to face them.
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Michigan beats Ohio State 42-27, ends 8-game skid in rivalry

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Jim Harbaugh got the win he wanted perhaps as desperately as any coach in sports. Hassan Haskins matched a school record with five rushing touchdowns and Aidan Hutchinson had three sacks to break a single-season program mark, helping No. 6 Michigan finally beat No. 2 Ohio State 42-27 Saturday to give Harbaugh his first win as a coach against the Buckeyes.
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CFB World Reacts To Aidan Hutchinson’s Dominant Performance

Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson was an animal against Ohio State on Saturday. He showed the nation why he’s likely going to be a top-five pick in next year’s NFL Draft. Hutchinson finished with four sacks, which got him to 13 overall for the season. That is now a single-season...
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Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson sets school record for single-season sacks

(WXYZ) — Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson has played a massive role on the Wolverines' defense all season, and on Saturday against Ohio State, he set a school record. Hutchinson had three sacks for Michigan during the game, which gave him 13 sacks for the season, setting the record for the most sacks in a single season in Michigan history.
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‘This is why I came back.’ For Aidan Hutchinson, final game at Michigan Stadium doesn’t get any bigger

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Aidan Hutchinson arrived at Michigan in 2018 as a highly-touted freshman and son of a former All-American. He played almost immediately and by Year 2, his sophomore season, Hutchinson earned a starting role along the Wolverines’ vaunted defensive line. That’s not easy at this level, but it became apparent to the coaches quickly that the 6-foot-6, 265-pound defensive end was different.
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Should Aidan Hutchinson Be a Draft Target of the Lions?

Will Michigan’s very own Aidan Hutchinson be selected by Detroit in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft?. Will this defensive end/stand-up, pass-rushing outside linebacker be a part of the Lions’ defense of the future?. While this is a distinct possibility, it will take a philosophical adjustment by team...

Enjoy Them While You Can

Before the season started, most people within and outside of the Michigan market thought that Aidan Hutchinson would be good for the Wolverines this year, but he's exceeded those expectations and has been one of the best edge rushers in the entire country all season. People, however, did not see the meteoric rise of David Ojabo coming.
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Aidan Hutchinson pins defensive woes vs. MSU on poor execution

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Things were looking way up for Michigan football at Michigan State, as the Spartan offense struggled early against the Wolverine defense. But as MSU started finding a rhythm behind the legs of Kenneth Walker III, the Michigan defense started to fall apart. The maize and blue had a 16-point lead early in the second half, but Walker was relentless en route to a 23 carry, 197 yard, and 5 touchdown performance against his new rival.
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Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson And David Ojabo Are On Track To Make History In 2021

Though Saturday's loss in East Lansing was painful for the folks in Ann Arbor, there are several reasons for Michigan football fans to find a silver lining moving forward. One of those reasons might be the fact that, despite the loss, Michigan fell just three spots to No. 9 in the latest AP Poll. While the AP Poll will certainly lose much of its significance as the CFP Rankings take center stage, it proves that Michigan's loss to Michigan State wasn't necessarily as catastrophic to the 2021 season as some might think.
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Hutchinson, Ojabo Destinations Revealed In Latest NFL Mock Draft

It's safe to say that Michigan fans aren't all that excited about the possibility of losing both Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo to the 2022 NFL Draft, but they better start making peace with it now. Ten weeks through the 2021 college football season, Hutchinson and Ojabo have easily established...
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