Several services get the numbers incorrect, because they'll include players that did not sign with OSU. Which is why I look at all the numbers, from a variety of sources, and reconcile them accordingly. The 2015 class is a perfect example - several services are including a player (Jurkovic) on their lists that ended up signing elsewhere. Which is why the number is 26, not 27. And that 26 includes Jamel Dean, who failed his physical after early enrolling and ending up not staying at OSU after they released him from his commitment.
Listen, whatever beef you have is with someone else. You stated, unequivocally, that Meyer has signed more players than Saban has since 2012. I found that strange, so I looked at the numbers, and found this to be incorrect. Then, you said that Bama might sign 27-28 players in this class (and it actually could exceed 28), but OSU has done the same. I pointed that out as incorrect, also.
Here's the thing - Bama has toned down the oversigning, somewhat, since getting called on it a lot from 2008-2014. In fact, Saban signed a 2008 class that included 32 players! 32!! His last 5 classes have been 25, 23, 26, 26 and 26, so he has reigned it in, but if he signs a class of 28 or more this year, it will be obvious that Saban is up to his old tricks again, and the numbers limitations that other schools abide by don't apply to him.