Fox Sports 1 radio host Colin Cowherd continued to share his love for Michigan to the world.

On his show Monday morning, he talked about what the Wolverines showed him in their 28-0 victory. That point, of course, was finished with a prediction for the Michigan-Ohio State game on Nov. 28.

“If you watched Michigan this weekend — and I did and I watched them a lot more the previous weekend — that defense is one of the top five in the country,” Cowherd said. “They’re going to give Ohio State a real game. It’s going to be very low scoring. Unless Ohio State can figure out its quarterbacks and its offensive line and its offense, that Ohio State-Michigan game is going to be 20-17.

“I’ll still take Ohio State because I think they’re rolling, but Michigan is playing real defense overnight.”

Cowherd praised the culture Harbaugh has already established at Michigan and how he again has instilled a level of physicality that it lacked last year.

“The team isn’t necessarily great. Michigan’s not great, but he has changed the physicality, and the defense, and the running game,” Cowherd said.

The No. 18 Wolverines have allowed one touchdown in the last 15 quarters of football. They’ll look to continue that streak when they host No. 13 Northwestern on Saturday.