ABC.Jabrill Peppers picked off his first pass of the year in the biggest game, and then reportedly trolled the Ohio State crowd in pretty fantastic fashion.Michigan has outplayed Ohio State in pretty much every facet of the game, and its best player made a fantastic play on defense to open the second half.Jabrill Peppers has done everything for Michigan this season, but it took until today for him to secure an interception as a Wolverine. He pulled that off against Ohio State star J.T. Barrett.Michigan’s @JabrillPeppers with his first pick of the year. Barrett’s first in six games #UMvsOSU pic.twitter.com/D9W8EidmFo— Adam Biggers (@AdamBiggers81) November 26, 2016After the pick, a number of people tweeted that Peppers did an “O-H-N-O” gesture to the Ohio State crowd, a pretty excellent troll job. Tom Rinaldi also spoke about it on the broadcast.Tom Rinaldi is thrilled Jabrill Peppers made the O-H-N-O gesture. Big deal #MICHvsOSU— Adam Gorney (@adamgorney) November 26, 2016″O-H-N-O” from peppers to the crowd. I LOVE IT— Ella Dorsey (@Ella__Dorsey) November 26, 2016Unfortunately, we haven’t seen video of Peppers “O-H-N-O”-ing everyone, but we really hope someone, somewhere gets one up on Twitter.Michigan fumbled after Peppers’ pick near the goal line, but then forced a three and out and stopped Ohio State on a bizarre fake punt attempt. The next drive, Michigan extended its lead to 17-7 on a Wilton Speight-to-Khalid Hill touchdown. Michigan has Ohio State on the ropes at The Shoe. With a win, Michigan will take home the Big Ten East and face Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship.
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