In Harbaugh's 7 years, Michigan is 2-12 against teams that score 30+ points. The two wins were 3OT at Rutgers last year, and 2OT his first year at Indiana. When I say UM's passing offense isn't good enough, a lot of it is based around this. UM's game plan is going to be about ball control and trying to protect the defense. If it works to where it can hold OSU around 30 points, it has a chance. If OSU has another laser show, I don't think UM will realize it until it's basically already over, and I don't think UM's passing game has enough experience in that kind of game to avoid the kinds of mistakes that ultimately end you (see MSU in the 4th quarter).