Many of college football's best rivalries transcend Saturdays on the field and overflow into the highly competitive world of recruiting.
Geography plays a huge role in recruiting. Often, if a school misses on one of its targets, he is likely to end up at a nearby competitor, potentially haunting his rival for years to come.
It many cases, it's a zero-sum game. A player that Pitt misses on might end up 55 miles south in Morgantown. A player that Auburn whiffs on very well could spend the next four years in Tuscaloosa.Bleacher Report
weighs in on 10 major recruiting rivalries and declares a victory in each.