This is an odd story.

Broadcasting a football game isn’t the most simple thing in the world. That’s why people go to school for it — in order to get better and grow as a broadcaster.

But, one concept that all broadcasters know is to not be biased. Mark Jones, an announcer for ESPN, used social media to call out the Washington Huskies after losing to Auburn Week 1.

Take a look:

Jones still hasn’t taken the tweet down.

But, according to The Seattle Times, Jones won’t be calling any Washington games anytime soon.

“Both the Pac-12 office and UW were aware of Jones’ tweet Sunday,” wrote Adam Jude of The Seattle Times. “An athletic department spokesman told The Seattle Times that Washington has been assured that Jones will not be broadcasting any of the Huskies’ games this season (and likely not any anytime soon).”

The Pac-12 also wrote in a statement, “We are aware of the inappropriate comments in this tweet and have addressed it with ESPN.”

Jones made his thoughts known about the Washington program last season when he was calling a game as well. During the Washington-California game in 2017, a sideline reporter placed three cupcakes on the field representing the team’s non-conference schedule.

Then, Jones called Chris Petersen “irascible and somewhat cantankerous.”

Jones and Washington won’t be seeing each other for a long time. You can be assured of that.