Paul Finebaum doesn't think Braylon Edwards should've deleted his tweet calling Michigan 'trash'
Paul Finebaum has made his thoughts on Michigan and Jim Harbaugh very clear. He’s really not a fan of either.
On Wednesday morning, the college football radio host sat down with Mike Greenberg on ESPN’s Get Up to talk Week 1 action, as well as some of the off-the-field stuff that happened. And Braylon Edwards’ tweets bashing Michigan and a few players were a topic of conversation.
Edwards fired off a tweet near the end of the Wolverines 24-17 loss to Notre Dame, calling the program “trash,” and saying certain players were “scared.” So Greenburg as Finebaum — who’s been a huge critic of Michigan himself — if Edwards’ comments had gone too far.
“No,” Finebaum said. “Not if you want to put that on Twitter.”
The one critique Finebaum did have? That Edwards later deleted the tweet.
“The one thing I’m hung up on is, if you tweet something, let it stand. Deleting it will not work in today’s world.
“I think Twitter is going to kill all of us before long.”
After sending out a few tweets bashing the program, Edwards was suspended by Big Ten Network where he serves as an analyst. He later issued an apology for calling out individual players, but wasn’t sorry for being upset over Michigan’s performance against the Irish.
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) September 5, 2018