LISTEN: Jim Brandstatter and Dan Dierdorf's final call at the Big House as Michigan beats OSU

Michigan beat Ohio State 42-27 to earn a trip to the Big Ten Championship Game.
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WWJ) -- Longtime Michigan football broadcaster Jim Brandstatter is putting the wraps on his 43-year-broadcasting career at the end of this season.

On Saturday, Brandstatter and color analyst Dan Dierdorf called their final game at Michigan Stadium, a 42-27 win that sent the Wolverines to their first Big Ten Championship Game.

Listen as Brandstatter and Dierdorf call the final seconds of No. 5 Michigan's upset over No. 2 OSU:

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The Wolverines will head off to Indianapolis next week knowing full and well that a win will send them to their first ever College Football Playoff appearance.

Michigan will wait to see whether they'll play Wisconsin or Iowa. If the Badgers beat Minnesota Saturday evening, they'll get a rematch of their 38-17 win in Madison in early October. If the lose, Michigan gets the Hawkeyes.

Kickoff for the Big Ten title game is set for 8 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Stay tuned to WWJ Newsradio 950 for the latest coverage of the Wolverines' win throughout the night:

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