Jason Whitlock lettered for two years as an offensive lineman at Ball State. Damien Woody was a first-round NFL draft pick out of Boston College and spent 11 years in that league, starting 166 games, winning two Super Bowls and making a Pro Bowl. Yet, on Twitter Saturday, it was Whitlock trying to explain offensive protection schemes to Woody during the Ohio State – Michigan game, sparking much disdain from the rest of the world:
Jason Whitlock explaining protections to all-pro center Damien Woody is amazing. Peak sports taking here pic.twitter.com/sdzCH90jlV
— Ben Muth (@FO_wordofmuth) November 26, 2016
@FO_wordofmuth how'd Whitlock get through a whole tweet without referencing The Wire or Django though?
— DH (@DHTampa) November 26, 2016
@FO_wordofmuth isn't the explanation he provided the most basic explanation possible? That's how I would explain it to my 7 year old
— brian edwards (@bwe2684) November 26, 2016
Meanwhile, Woody didn’t respond to Whitlock, but did give a response to someone else who asked:
@theeonlyme the back busted the protection. Abort the fake & block your responsibility
— Damien Woody (@damienwoody) November 26, 2016
And Whitlock went back to saying Ohio State bought the refs off:
Whatever Ohio State paid for the refs, it was worth it. Every call against Michigan. Wow.
— Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason) November 26, 2016
Keep on firing up those hot takes, Jason. You are the most qualified there, at least.