Michigan cancels Ohio State showdown, citing COVID-19 cases
Michigan canceled its annual rivalry game at Ohio State on Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2020, because of the COVID-19 outbreak within the Wolverines football program. “Our players, they want to play,” Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said. “The Michigan-Ohio State rivalry is one of the most important rivalries in all of sports,” the Big Ten said in a statement. He also said if Ohio State does not play for the conference championship, it would be “great” to play the rivalry game against Michigan on Dec. 19. Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis said the team works all year with the goal of beating Michigan.
Man injured in shooting in Eastpointe neighborhood
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – A man was injured in a shooting in Eastpointe Wednesday afternoon. The shooting happened at a home on Veronica Avenue in the area of Kelly and East Eight Mile roads. Witnesses said the shooting happened during an argument between two men. The victim was taken to the hospital. His condition is unknown.
Tracking Michigan COVID-19 cases, deaths by age range
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