Former Indiana quarterback Zander Diamont left the program at the end of the 2016 season, telling reporters "I need my brain."
Since then, the former Big Ten quarterback has had a couple of social media "incidents" in recent years, most notably challenging ESPN analyst Dan Dakich to a fight.
Nothing is likely to top what Diamont tweeted today, though.
The former Hoosiers' quarterback claims one of his coaches at IU called Adolf Hitler a "great leader." Diamont says the coach is no longer with the program.
"I’ll never forget when one of my coaches at Indiana referenced “Hitler” as a great leader. Only a man keen on leading through fear could make such an ignorant claim. Especially ignorant when your quarterback is Jewish," he tweeted.
"To clarify: None of this took place w the current coaching staff. I have nothing bad to say about those guys, all stand up dudes."