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COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Buckeyes still have three games left this season but the focus is on the biggest game of the game, regardless of the record, the game against Michigan. It hasn't been the type of year in Ann Arbor (Mich.) that fans up there were hoping for but that doesn't mean that the Buckeyes can look past the game with their historic rival.

Urban Meyer won his first game against Michigan as Ohio State's head coach in Columbus last season and this will be his first trip to Michigan Stadium as the head Buckeye and he is taking in a 23-game winning streak with the Buckeyes and Ohio State's National Championship aspirations, something that has no margin for error with the Buckeyes in 3rd position in the BCS Standings.

We caught up with Meyer on Monday during his weekly press conference to get his thoughts on his team, the rivalry and much more.

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