The Ohio State—Michigan rivalry isn’t just a one-day battle on the football field in late November. For these two schools, the competition is a year-round event.
The perfect depiction of that comes with the recruitment of 4-star linebacker Kyle Berger. With 14 scholarship offers on hand, Berger is one of the most pursued high school prospects in the state of Ohio.
In the eyes of this talented linebacker, though, Ohio State and Michigan stand above the rest.
Meyer and the Buckeyes had the early lead for Berger’s services, but things changed quickly when the All-Ohio linebacker out of St. Ignatius High School visited Michigan on March 15. With the help of defensive coordinator Greg Mattison and current Michigan commit and 4-star linebacker Michael Ferns, the Wolverines have made a late push to pull even with the Buckeyes.
Berger wants to make his college decision this spring, which made his recent trip to Columbus so important for Meyer and the Buckeyes.
After numerous trips…
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