Michigan took home the Big 10 Championship on December 3.

Brady Clyde, Sports Writer

The Michigan Wolverines beat the Purdue Boilermakers 44-22 for their second straight Big Ten championship on December 3rd at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Michigan has fulfilled all their goals this season by beating Michigan State and Ohio State, their two big rivalry games while bringing home the Big Ten Title and competing for a national championship.

JJ McCarthy led the Wolverine offense as star running back Blake Corum is out for the season, throwing for three touchdowns.

JJ has stepped up in these past few games as he doesn’t have a star running back to help him out.

“It’s just a next man up mentality. That’s something that we preach no matter who goes down or what position goes down. But at the end of the day it’s like Coach Harbaugh said, it’s a brotherhood that leans on each other,” says McCarthy.

Donvan Edwards running back 2 has stepped up tremendously winning MVP of the game while rushing for 185 yards and a touchdown versus Purdue and also sealing the Ohio state game with a huge run for a touchdown.

Edwards might be setting himself up for the NFL Draft after these crazy performances.

“I don’t think I need to say what the last (goal) is,” said Edwards as he accepted the Big Ten championship game MVP award. “We’re on our way there.”

Michigan makes it into the college football playoffs for the second straight year with Georgia, Ohio State and TCU and is wanting another rematch versus Ohio state.

Players are hyped for a potential rematch in the National Championship if Ohio State beats Georgia and Michigan beats TCU.

“Please, please, bring it on,” McCarthy said of a potential rematch with the Buckeyes. “That would be truly a blessing if we got to play those boys again.”

The biggest rivalry in college football might just happen twice in one year which has never happened before. Fans are praying that this rematch can be played, and this time it’s all or nothing as one team will bring home the title.