OSU assistant showing swag after some Photoshop fun

Ohio State coach has some fun with Photoshop.

Being hip and relatable is apparently all the rage on the recruiting trails.

With so many potential future prospects on Twitter, what better way to catch their attention than on the social medium?

That’s just what Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith, a 2007 grad of Florida, attempted to do with his Buckeye cohort tight ends/fullbacks coach Tim Hinton, a 1982 Wilmington grad (note the age differential there).

The theme of the Photoshop job is a reference to Ace Hood’s "Bugatti," which we don’t envision Coach Hinton blasting on his car radio (most of the lyrics are not suitable for this space).

And Coach Smith had so much fun with his first foray that he shared another one with us, which may just have crossed the line from fun to disturbing.

No numbers at this time of how many collegiate coaches can "nae nae."