Ohio State and Michigan both had very successful 2013 recruiting cycles, but we all know there has to be a winner between the two.
Such is the reality of this rivalry.
There's no doubting the fact that both programs came away with two extremely impressive recruiting classes. Michigan finished ranked No. 5 overall by both Rivals and the 247Sports Composite, and Ohio State finished No. 2 overall according to both recruiting services as well.
In many cases, that would be enough to chalk it up to both schools having tremendous success on the recruiting trail, with both classes having immense potential.
That's not the reality of this rivalry though...
Someone must win, and someone must lose. What else will Michigan and Ohio State football fans argue about for the next few months?
Let's talk about offense. Urban Meyer is known as a great offensive coach and Brady Hoke is trying to transition to the pro-style offense. There's a lot that we can break down and evaluate offensively for both programs, so let's take a look at how their respective recruiting classes compare offensively.