Where were you on Nov. 26, 2011?
That day marked the last time Ohio State lost to Michigan in football before Saturday's Wolverines victory.
The 40-34 loss in 2011 was the end of a tumultuous season for the Buckeyes. It began when head coach Jim Tressel resigned after an investigation into improper benefits. The Buckeyes ended with their first non-winning season since 1999 and their sixth non-winning season since World War II in Big Ten play under interim head coach Luke Fickell and lost the 2012 Gator Bowl to Florida.
It has been a while since Nov. 26, 2011.
Here's what life was like on that day, the last time Michigan defeated Ohio State in football.
Adele's 'Rolling in the Deep' topped Billboard's Hot 100 list
The British pop star's song stayed at No. 1 for seven consecutive weeks.
'Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1' topped the box office
Remember when Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson were dating?
We know. It's been a while.
"Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1" was No. 1 in the box office on Nov. 26, 2011, celebrating its second of three weeks on the top of the chart.
It was even more expensive to buy gas in 2011
Gas prices skyrocketed in 2011 and were an average of $3.38 in November 2011.
The NBA ended a five-month lockout
The NBA ended a lockout which began July 1 and said they hoped to begin a shortened season on Christmas Day.
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