Ohio State woke up like this?

May, 29, 2014
May 29
College coaches are always trying to find ways to relate to high school recruits. Music is an easy way to do that, and talking about a prospect's favorite rapper or citing some lyrics is usually the easiest way.

Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith took that to a whole new level on Thursday by tweeting a Photoshopped picture of tight ends coach Tim Hinton in a Bugatti.

That is a reference to the Ace Hood song "Bugatti."

Smith's next tweet was just as good, showing a Photoshopped Hinton dropping the Nae Nae, a popular dance.

Let's just hope these tweets weren't inspired by actual events.



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