Former Michigan wide receiver Braylon Edwards claims Ohio State is falling apart

It’s funny how, after two decades of losing to Ohio State, Michigan fans and the media have grown stronger in the past two years. Even though Jim Harbaugh is still 2-5 against the Ohio State Buckeyes and has only won one bowl game since he came to Ann Arbor, that doesn’t matter.

No less than in Year 1. If you’re keeping track, that’s six years in a row without a playoff win. I guess the prize goes to the winner.
Now, Braylon Edwards, who used to be a wide receiver for Michigan, has gone crazy and says Ohio State is just a shell of what it used to be.

When they were on his show, “Ermanni & Edwards,” they said some pretty bold and crazy things about where the Ohio State team is. Not only did his co-host say that Ryan Day is “one loss in Ann Arbor away from being fired there in Columbus,” but Edwards also said that the Buckeye team seems to have lost its identity in the past two years.

He thinks that the rivalry between OSU and Michigan is why five-star quarterback Jadyn Davis picked Michigan over OSU.
“Why would I choose a school that hasn’t had a 1,000-yard receiver since Jeremy Gallon if I’m one of the best quarterbacks in the country?” Edwards inquired.

“Why would I choose a place where the ball doesn’t go that way? Why would I choose that place over Ohio State, where I could easily be a Haskins, C.J. Stroud, or Justin Fields and just follow the rules? It’s because this program in Ann Arbor is better than this one. I’m aware of that. Recruits can see that that program is falling apart.”

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