Michigan wide receiver Khalid Hill had to stand up for his teammate.

During Saturday’s game between the Wolverines and Wisconsin, former All-American and NFL receiver Braylon Edwards bashed quarterback John O’Korn on Twitter, questioning why the senior was on the team. And he wasn’t too kind with his words

In a tweet, Edwards said “Who the (expletive) approved his scholarship and transfer?”

Hill caught wind of that tweet and wasn’t too impressed by Edwards’ remarks. The Michigan receiver fired of a tweet saying “Aye, delete this (expletive).”

Done deal. End of story, right? Wrong.

Later, Edwards responded to Hill and refused to apologize about his comments. He went on to say that he’ll continue to support Michigan but he stands by his comments “as an analyst.”

Edwards is remembered as one of the top receivers in Michigan and B1G history, totaling more than 3,500 receiving yards and 39 touchdowns in his career.

While the decorated UM receiver certainly has a right to an opinion, it seems like a petty thing to get involved with on Twitter, especially considering the injury issues the Wolverines have suffered this season.

We’ll see if that’s the end of the back-and-forth or if Hill, or any other Wolverines, fire back at Edwards for his comments.