The matchups are set.
The Crimson Tide got the nod over Ohio State and will play Clemson in the College Football Playoff on Jan. 1 in the Sugar Bowl.
It was a game that came down to the final seconds.
Deep playoff runs are beginning to become a common practice in Big Rapids.
Wilton Speight is leaving Michigan as a graduate transfer.
Brian Lewerke threw for a touchdown and ran for another and No. 21 MSU held the ball for more than 47 minutes in defeating Rutgers.
Dwayne Haskins replaced injured star J.T. Barrett in the third quarter and led No. 8 Ohio State from behind to beat Michigan.
LJ Scott ran for 147 yards and a touchdown to lead No. 22 Michigan State to a snowy victory over Maryland on Saturday night.
Defense gave Michigan its best chance to upset Wisconsin on the road, and it looked as if that might happen for two-plus quarters.
Brandon Peters threw two touchdown passes, Chris Evans ran for two scores and Michigan dominated Maryland in the first half in a victory.
No. 11 Ohio State put to rest any notion that it wouldn’t be motivated to finish strong after a surprising loss last week.
The Western Michigan Broncos are bowl eligible.
Matt Coghlin kicked a 34-yard field goal as time expired to lift Michigan State past Penn State in a game delayed by severe weather.
The Victory Cannon is going to Mt. Pleasant.
The Spartans lost their second game of the season on Saturday.