Marshawn Lynch has a reputation for not being afraid to speak what is on his mind. Well, after a wild Week 8 ESPN interview, that reputation will continue to follow him.

Lynch was on hand for the Washington-California game, as he and fellow Golden Bear Justin Forsett were being inducted into the Cal Athletics Hall of Fame.

While being interviewed in the booth, Lynch proceeded to go “beast mode,” dropping multiple expletives while discussing the lack of attendance for the game.

“I’m from the Bay Area, but when I look around the stands and I see these (expletives), these stands, weren’t full like we were here, that (expletive) kinds of have me on tilt. I ain’t feeling that,” Lynch said. “If this is California Bear football, they need to start filling up this stadium.”

Attendance woes are nothing new for the Golden Bears. Lynch, however, is not happy with that fact.

Lynch was a Golden Bear from 2004-2006, earning 1st-team All-American honors and Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year in 2006.

Lynch and Forsett are 2nd and 3rd respectively in all-time rushing yards for the Golden Bears.