The rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan never sleeps.
The two schools are always competing, no matter what the circumstance. With that said, it was not surprising to see Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller take a shot at Michigan on Sunday after both teams played their respective spring games on Saturday.
This time, attendance was the subject.
After dropping ticket prices from $20 down to a more reasonable $5, the Buckeyes had a good turnout of 61,058 at the Horseshoe. Michigan’s game, on the other hand, attracted only 15,000 fans to Ann Arbor this weekend even though tickets were free.
Penn State and Nebraska topped Ohio State for the spring attendance high marks in the Big Ten. In James Franklin’s first game action at Beaver Stadium, the game attracted more than 72,000 fans. Nebraska just edged the Buckeyes with an announced attendance of 61,772.
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