Zach Smith accuses Tom Herman of cheating on wife in massive Twitter rant

Zach Smith

Zach Smith

The ex-Ohio State University wide receivers coach took to the social media platform to accuse Texas Longhorns head coach Tom Herman of cheating on his wife Michelle several times in a series of tweets.

Both men worked together on Urban Meyer's Buckeyes staff from 2012-14 until Herman left to accept the head coaching job at Houston.

Smith also accused Herman of having a drinking problem.

Smith is the former Buckeyes wide receivers coach who was sacked before the season after allegations of his domestic abuse against his ex-wife Courtney surfaced. He was sacked as a result of violating a protection order Courtney had against him. The investigation, which followed the legal accusations made by his wife, as well as Smith's termination, ultimately led to Meyer serving a three-game suspension.

The already depressing Zach Smith saga just keeps getting sadder and sadder.

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Herman reportedly alerted college football reporter Brett McMurphy of the story, who broke the news of the alleged violence via his Facebook profile.

Michelle Herman was evidently friends with Smith's ex-wife, Courtney, and confided in Courtney about Herman's past misgivings, Smith alleges.

Smith then went on to state that it's unfair he gets his life torn to shreds on "some bullshit" (which domestic abuse evidently falls under, according to Smith), while Herman's reputation remains clean.

Smith's next tweet is his shortest in length, but contains the most typos.

Smith, who was sacked by Ohio State on July 23 days, is the grandson of the late Earle Bruce, a College Football Hall of Fame coach, who served as a mentor to Meyer early in his coaching career.

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