As if the Michigan-Ohio State football rivalry wasn't intriguing enough over the last few years, with two new head coaches (Urban Meyer and Brady Hoke) reeling in top-notch recruits in the 2013 class, it is only intensifying and becoming more and more interesting.
The two powerhouse programs seemed to be headed in different directions last season, as Ohio State had its worst season in seven years and Michigan had its best season in five years.
Nevertheless, Ohio State was still just a couple of overthrown balls away from upsetting the Wolverines in Ann Arbor thanks to the excellent quarterback play of freshman Braxton Miller
In the discussion of quarterbacks, in their 2013 classes, both programs received verbal commitments from some pretty good signal-callers in Shane Morris (Michigan) and J.T. Barrett (Ohio State). Morris is the 37th-ranked overall recruit in the country according to ESPN, while Barrett isn't even in the top 150.
However, have the experts got it all wrong?
Morris has already talked the talk, claiming he would go 4-0 against Ohio State in his career at Michigan. However, who has a better chance to walk the walk?
Here are five reasons why J.T. Barrett will have more success in his college football career than Shane Morris.