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Jack Freifelder | NCAA.com | November 26, 2016

Social media reacts to Michigan-OSU 2OT thriller

  The No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes outlasted the No. 3 Michigan Wolverines, 30-27 in double overtime.

Boy, the so-called "Game of the Year" in the Big Ten conference lived up to its billing as the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes took out the No. 3 Michigan Wolverines 30-27 in double overtime.

Most college football fans had at least one eye on this matchup and it did not disappoint. Even some high-profile fans made it out ot the game. There are plenty more shenanigans to take in on this College Football Saturday, but one of the first games of the day has set the bar pretty high.

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A touchdown pass from Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight helped the Wolverines survive the first overtime, but a touchdown run from Ohio State's Curtis Samuel would prove to be the final tally.

Whichever way fans lean, most can agree that extra football is a treat. And one thing is for sure: a strong opinion from social media on the game is not hard to find. Take a peek at some thoughts and takes on the action between the Wolverines and Buckeyes.

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