A top recruiting class, a great head coach and a known identity all make Ohio State head-and-shoulders better than Michigan.
When it comes to rivalries in college football, not many are ahead of the Wolverines and Buckeyes.
Just like Auburn-Alabama and Army-Navy, participants in “The Game” live for the final game of the regular season. For the victors, bragging rights last for a year as the losers have no response.
Lately, this rivalry has gone the way of the Buckeyes. Ohio State has officially won nine of the last 10 meetings as the 2010 game doesn’t count in the rivalry record due to sanctions on Ohio State.
Still, the dominance is there for the Buckeyes and it doesn’t look like it’s going to end anytime soon.
When Rich Rodriguez was let go, a new era was ushered in with Brady Hoke. The Wolverines won an offensive shootout in 2011, 40-34.
Then 2012 came and things returned to normal as the Urban Meyer-led Buckeyes capped off an undefeated season with a 26-21 win.
So, what makes Ohio…
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