Caden Curry hadn’t been committed to Ohio State but for a few minutes before stirring the pot with rival Michigan. The 4-star defensive lineman out of Indiana is already making a guarantee.

Curry, a 6-foot-3, 250-pound defensive lineman who ranks as the No. 88 overall prospect in the 2022 class, verbally committed to the Buckeyes one day before the Early Signing Period. He had been considering Alabama, Indiana, Clemson and Oregon, as well.

Shortly after making his decision on CBS Sports, Curry was asked about the result of The Game, with Michigan taking down Ohio State 42-27 and proceeding to win a B1G title. The new recruit’s response is something Buckeye fans will love hearing.

“It won’t happen again,” Curry said.

Ohio State’s loss to Michigan this year marked the first time since 2011 the Wolverines defeated the Buckeyes. OSU fell to 10-2 on the season and will be playing in the Rose Bowl while Michigan is in the hunt for the College Football Playoff.

The hatred between Ohio State and Michigan never rests, even when it comes to recruiting. Curry was a Buckeye for less than 10 minutes before making the comment.

It should make for some pretty good storylines when the two teams meet in Columbus next November.

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