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Charles Woodson Reacts To Michigan's Loss vs. Ohio State

A closeup of Charles Woodson.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 13: ESPN NFL football commentator Charles Woodson on the set before the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Coliseum during preseason on August 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

On Saturday afternoon, Ohio State extended its winning streak over Michigan to eight with a 56-27 win in Ann Arbor.

The Buckeyes are the No. 1 team in the country and it doesn't seem like that will change before the College Football Playoff.

After the game, former Michigan star and FOX Sports analyst Charles Woodson broke down what happened on the field. He suggested Ohio State approaches the Michigan rivalry as a way of life, which the Wolverines don't do.

Here's what he had to

"It's evident that it's a way of life for that team. I don't know how we get back to it, but we have to get back to it."@CharlesWoodson sums up how Michigan fans are feeling after another loss to Ohio State. pic.twitter.com/L4TjmD9B4c

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 2019

">say about the game:

"We're not holding up to our end of the bargain. We can't give up all of our energy before the game and not have the energy at the end of the game because we got rolled over basically. I'm exhausted, I'll be honest with you I'm exhausted because you put a lot of energy and emotion into it as a fan and a former player. And to watch what happened today, we played a better team. Make no mistake about it. They came out here and handled their business. To me it just seems like it's evident that it's a way of life for that team. I don't know how we get back to it, but we have to get back to it."

Michigan kept it close in the first quarter, trailing 14-13. However, the Buckeyes took over in the second half, demolishing Jim Harbaugh's team yet again.

The Wolverines will go yet another year hearing about their shortcomings in one of the most bitter rivalries in sports.