An ex-Michigan defensive lineman wasn’t too happy with the personnel choices his former team made in the Peach Bowl on Saturday. He wasn’t afraid to voice his opinion on Twitter.

Former 5-star defensive lineman Aubrey Solomon — who decided to transfer from the program following the regular season — really wanted to see fellow defensive lineman Donovan Jeter on the field, especially with key defenders Rashan Gary and Devin Bush Jr. choosing to sit out.

But Jeter didn’t get to see the key snaps in the Peach Bowl game against Florida and Solomon made his frustration pretty well known. Though the message was brief, he got his point across.

Here are the tweets Solomon sent out.

It’s understandable that Solomon would want to see one of his friends and former teammates see some significant playing time. But that comment may not sit well with Michigan fans.

Jeter played in six games this season for the Wolverines, registering two tackles. Michigan fell 41-15 to Florida in the Peach Bowl.

Solomon decided to transfer to Tennessee following the 2018 regular season. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of love lost.