After all of the rumors and speculation, the top overall recruit in the nation, Rashan Gary, has selected Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines.
James Franklin has been known for his recruiting prowess since taking over the Nittany Lions, but Jim Harbaugh has the advantage this week as the Wolverines steal another commitment.
Michigan will be breaking in a new quarterback and defensive coordinator in 2016, but a lighter non-conference schedule should help the team transition and compete once again for a conference title.
This bowl game will feature two major programs on the rise.
Jake Rudock's first few games in the maize and blue were poor statistically, but a strong second half had the Wolverines in contention until the final weekend.
Jabrill Peppers has been a young standout both offensively and defensively for Michigan, making him a finalist for the Paul Hornung Award.
Jim Harbaugh is a Michigan man through and through. To get ready for Ohio State, he went to Bo Schembechler's grave and smashed a buckeye.
This rivalry clash could be worth a spot in the Big 10 championship game.
Jehu Chesson's production was limited early in the season, but he burst onto the scene last weekend with a career day at Indiana. Read how he's boosting the Michigan Wolverines' offense.
This game doesn't have as much meaning as other Big 10 showdowns, but it is still a must-watch.