Ohio State WR coach Zach Smith trolls Texas A&M’s Aaron Moorehead

Texas A&M Aggies wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead just can’t catch a break.

After throwing an impromptu hissy fit on Twitter shortly after five-star quarterback Tate Martell announced he was decommitting from the Aggies program, two wide receivers announced A&M was no longer in the mix for their services.

Moorehead has since apologized, but he has taken his fair share of heat from college football fans on social media.

Now, Moorehead is also taking some heat from his peers.

After the whole mess played out, Ohio State Buckeyes wide receivers coach Zach Smith decided he would get in on the fun by throwing some serious shade at the A&M assistant. Twitter was made for trolling after all, right?

Well played, Coach Smith.

Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin has commented on the situation and said that he wants his team to move forward. Moorehead is probably hoping for much of the same thing.

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Texas A&M coach Aaron Moorehead apologizes for Twitter outburst
Texas A&M coach Aaron Moorehead apologizes for Twitter outburst