A rare ticket stub from Ohio State's upset win over Michigan on October 17, 1931. Led by Bill Carroll's two touchdowns, the Buckeyes snapped a 15-game unbeaten streak of the home team. This came at a time when the media and fans were questioning whether or not Sam Willaman was the right choice to lead Ohio State after Jack Wilce has lifted their profile nationally. After this win, he stood 2-1 all-time against Michigan. Unfortunately, he would last just two more seasons before a man named Francis Schmidt came to town.