The Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines will play against each other in 'The Game' for the 118th time Saturday and while the neighboring states are fierce rivals on the football field, there's no rivalry between the Ohio State Highway Patrol and Michigan State Police.

The two organizations are teaming up on Saturday to remove impaired drivers on roadways in both states.

According to the release, last year's Ohio State and Michigan football game netted 105 arrests for impaired driving during a 24-hour period.

Within the same time frame, there were 124 crashes in Ohio and Michigan where drugs, alcohol or both were a factor.

Both organizations are reminding those going to 'The Game' or attending a watch party to not drive drunk or impaired.

They say to make plans to have a sober way home whether it is through a designated driver or a rideshare service.

If you see an impaired driver, dial #677 in Ohio or 911 in either state.