That was pretty painful. Michigan's offense went belly up in the second half because of a combination of a lot of factors (Borges, the interior offensive line getting pwned, turnovers, Gardner's inconsistent passing, a solid half of play by OSU's D) but the defense held Ohio State to six points despite three drives starting in Michigan territory. Chances were there, but time and time again it was Ohio State seizing them.
Everything is terrible. Kill it with fire. Etc.
Try to keep it clean, don't disparage the players (or even coaches) too much, and don't feed the inevitable trolls that will wander over.