Merrillville, Ind., defensive tackle Dexter Larimore, who made his official visit to Michigan last weekend, was back in Ann Arbor Saturday to see the Michigan-Ohio State game. But afterward Larimore said there was no chance he was going to commit to the Wolverines and skip his official visit to Ohio State the weekend of Dec. 2.
"I thought it was a great game," Larimore said on Saturday night. "That's what I went there to see.
"Before the game I talked to coach Carr a little. After the game I talked to my recruiting coordinator. As I was coming out of the tunnel Ohio State was coming out. I shook some of their coaches hands."
Larimore has made official visits to Iowa State and Michigan State for wrestling, and Michigan and Indiana for football. He said after his official visit to Michigan he would make an official visit to Ohio State, then decide between the Buckeyes and Wolverines.
"I'm still going to wait till after I visit Ohio State before I decide," Larimore said after the Buckeyes victory over the Wolverines. "This game was never important to me in choosing a college. It's going to be what's best for me. I just wanted to see a great game."
The 6-foot-3 and 265-pound Larimore will be playing in some of those great Ohio State-Michigan games in the future. It just remains to be seen which team he suits up for.