A former Buckeye isn’t a fan of what Clemson’s players are saying about the Curtis Samuel incident.
Clemson defensive lineman Christian Wilkins poked his fingers in Curtis Samuel’s don’t-touch-me-there area in the Orange Bowl on Saturday night.
He’s since apologized for doing so, saying that it was a funny thing and not a harmful thing.
Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware delved further into the “was just joking” concept, saying he’s annoyed by the outrage.
Clemson's Ben Boulware has thoughts on people ripping Christian Wilkins for, uh, grabbing a handful in the Fiesta Bowl. pic.twitter.com/qC1DlDnHW2
— Brian Hamilton (@BrianHamiltonSI) January 4, 2017
Of course, the recipient of the “joke” doesn’t feel the same way as Boulware.
— Curtis Samuel (@CurtisSamuel4__) January 1, 2017
And neither does former Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry, who called out the Clemson players on Twitter today.
“It’s harassment,” he says.
Y'all can do that "to have fun" in private, but defending those actions on the field is a bad look. It's harassment https://t.co/sjHRcBNoXL
— Joshua Perry (JEP53) (@RIP_JEP) January 4, 2017