On Wednesday afternoon, former Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith decided to break his silence. The ousted assistant coach remained quiet during Ohio State' investigation, but it looks like he couldn't take the silence any longer.
Smith opened his comments on Wednesday by calling out Brett McMurphy, who first broke the report that launched Ohio State's investigation. He then called out ESPN host Paul Finebaum for his comments on the subject as well.
Not long after, Smith revealed the "facts" of the case from his side of things. Here's what he had to say on Twitter.
1. My kids are suffering because of all of this (most important)
2. I never beat my wife
3. OSU botched the investigation and worse off the “punishment
4. They forced Urban Meyer into his statement, I hope at least... because he knows what’s real and would have never apologized.
5. President Drake is either the cause of the joke of an “investigation” or “punishment” or he allowed it.
You can see his full comments below.
Clearly Smith is tired of sitting idly by as his name is brought up. However, Smith isn't doing himself, or Ohio State, any favors by calling people out on Twitter.
Zach Smith also tweeted that he'll see Brett McMurphy "in court."