Ohio St. assistant uses rings for epic comeback to Michigan

The Ohio State Buckeyes – Michigan Wolverines rivalry is always one of the best in college football. Fan bases on both sides of the rivalry have genuine dislike for each other and that has spilled over to the coaching staffs as well.

Now that the head coaching matchup puts Urban Meyer against Jim Harbaugh, the excitement surrounding the Big Ten rivalry seems to be greater than ever.

In a recruiting flyer that has been making the rounds, the Wolverines try to get the upper hand with up-and-coming high school recruits by putting the resumes of UM passing game coordinator, quarterbacks coach and wide receivers coach Jedd Fisch and Buckeyes wide receivers coach Zach Smith.

The flyer asks, “who would you trust with your future?”

When you look at the numbers, the Wolverines are using Fisch’s experience in the coaching game to imply he is the better coach.

Well, Zach Smith caught wind of the flyer and then fired back.

Not only did Smith get a laugh out of the flyer, but he delivered an epic comeback that served as the online mic drop.

Back to my regularly scheduled Saturday… #ThisAintWhatYouWant 😈 #Zone6 http://t.co/6bxT0IoN3E
Zach Smith #Zone6 (@CoachZachSmith) June 07, 2015

Game. Set. Match.

While experience is a nice quality and you cannot blame the Wolverines for trying to use that for their recruiting purposes, you can’t argue with results and the Buckeyes are your defending national champions.

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