The Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines square off Saturday in Columbus. The annual rivalry will be a key game in determining the final standings (and the automatic receiver of a BCS bid) in the Big Ten.
Coaches Jim Tressel and Rich Rodriguez have spent the week reminding their squads to play with discipline, because each defense faces the tough task of stopping explosive quarterbacks: Junior Terrelle Pryor for the Buckeyes, and sophomore Denard Robinson for Michigan.
They are each dynamic and have put together big yardage numbers this season, but they are very different athletes with very different styles. Robinson is the phenom this year, but Pryor has steadily improved and could make the biggest statement of his collegiate career with a big game Saturday.
The Wolverines are 3-4 in Big Ten play and Ohio State should win this game. With all the intensity of this annual skirmish, though, a breakout by Robinson could swing the momentum and help Michigan spoil Pryor's fun.
So which QB gives his team a better chance at victory tomorrow? More succinctly, which is the better all-around quarterback? Read on.