An Ohio State football 2020 recruit has thrown some shade at Michigan ahead of the 2019 college football season.
Darrion Henry, a four-star defensive tackle in the Buckeyes’ 2020 signing class, doesn’t believe the Ohio State-Michigan game counts as a rivalry contest anymore.
Ohio State has dominated it too much, he says.
“I don’t even think that’s a rivalry anymore to be honest with you,” Henry told Bucknuts, per CBS. “But I think for the rest of this decade Ohio State is going to keep beating them. It will be electrifying. Just a great atmosphere really.”
Ohio State has won its last seven games against Michigan, thumping the Wolverines, 62-39, in last year’s game.
Urban Meyer is gone now, though, causing some to believe that this could finally be the year for Jim Harbaugh, who’s winless against Ohio State.
Ohio State and Michigan are both expected to contend for a College Football Playoff spot this year, with both teams likely being ranked inside the top 10 to start the year.
The Buckeyes and the Wolverines are set to meet in Ann Arbor, Mich. this year. Kickoff is set for noon E.T. on FOX on Nov. 30.