Michigan legend roasts Notre Dame after being upset


Things went as horribly as they could have on Saturday as the No. 8 Notre Dame fell at home to Marshall despite entering the game as a 20.5-point favorite. The loss puts the Irish 0-2 in the young season, knocking them out of any hope of making the college football playoffs and, in all likelihood, a New Year’s Six-Bowl game.

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Some would say that there is nothing left to play for this season and although I think that is a bit strong, there are certainly concerns for the present as well as for the rest of the year. If the Irish were in a conference they would still potentially have a conference championship to play for, but as they are independent they obviously don’t (which supporters of remaining independent accept).

With that in mind, legendary Michigan wide receiver Braylon Edwards roasted Notre Dame football pretty hard when it came to the Big Ten after the Marshall upset.

Not much to say here as Notre Dame has been the biggest disappointment of any team just two games into the 2022 college football season. Guess it’s a good thing Michigan never had been upset by a Group of Five or FCS side at home in September.

If anything, at least even Tyrone Willingham went 2-1 against Michigan in the three games Edwards played against the Irish?

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