Tim Brewster is the gift that keeps on giving.

On Saturday, the Florida State assistant Tim Brewster decided to remind everyone that while Michigan had the most players drafted out of anyone, the Seminoles beat the Wolverines in the Orange Bowl.

He fired off this odd tweet shortly after the conclusion of the draft:

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As expected, Jim Harbaugh had a response of his own for Brewster on Wednesday:

(Side note: Does Harbaugh have Brewster blocked?)

But while Harbaugh’s burn pretty much just stated the obvious — college players getting drafted is a good thing — Michigan offensive tackle Grant Newsome really brought the heat.

For some reason, Brewster decided to tweet out again what the Orange Bowl rings looked like after Harbaugh responded. That led Newsome to drop some knowledge on the former Minnesota coach and current FSU tight ends coach:

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Brewster was fired in the middle of the 2010 season after posting a 15-30 record as Minnesota’s head coach. And as Newsome pointed out, the Florida State tight ends had zero catches in the Orange Bowl.

Michigan, meanwhile, lost by a point after All-American tight end and Mackey Award winner Jake Butt tore his anterior cruciate ligament in the first half. Even Michigan’s backup tight end, Ian Bunting, had as many catches as FSU’s leading receiver that day.

But according to Brewster, winning a non-playoff New Year’s Six bowl gives you the right to throw shade at anyone about anything.