Michigan couldn't stoop this low, could it?
That's a pretty blunt slam on Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith in favor of Jedd Fisch, Michigan's quarterbacks and wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator. While at first we weren't sure if it was 100 percent from Michigan, ESPN Recruiting Analyst Tom VanHaaren confirmed it shortly thereafter:
This is real. https://t.co/26HWvIUJVp— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) June 7, 2015
Shortly after, 247Sports' Steve Lorenze also confirmed the graphic's legitimacy:
Smith was a grad assistant under Urban Meyer at Florida, winning a pair of national championships and dominating the SEC along the way. Michigan might remember that Ohio State won the first ever College Football Playoff not even six months ago.
If they didn't, Smith made sure to remind the Wolverines of that.
Former offensive coordinator and current Houston head coach Tom Herman made sure to have his former colleague's back, too.
17 years, no rings of any kind on a whole bunch of bad teams - and a pink slip. "But look at who my bosses were." https://t.co/VPP1k2y2N4— Ramzy Nasrallah (@ramzy) June 7, 2015
Missing entry: OC for Minnesota's 100th ranked offense under Tim Brewster. Weird omission. https://t.co/VPP1k2y2N4— Ramzy Nasrallah (@ramzy) June 7, 2015
Only 176 days until Meyer-Harbaugh I.