Chip the Buffalo does not enjoy being lied to, and he’s not afraid to call people out. The Colorado mascot decided to send a parting shot at former head coach Mel Tucker, who is leaving Boulder to become the next head coach at Michigan State.

On Wednesday morning, hours after Bruce Feldman of The Athletic reported that Tucker had agreed to become the head coach at Michigan State, Chip the Buffalo caught wind of the news. He was not too pleased.

So, the CU mascot opted to fire off a tweet, saying almost exactly what Tucker wrote on Twitter when his name originally surfaced with the job at MSU. Tucker initially denied interest in the job, saying he was committed to Colorado and “the build” of the Buffaloes football program.

Below are the two tweets, the first from Chip the Buffalo and the second was Tucker’s original tweet from last week.

Tucker has come under serious scrutiny already, not simply for taking the job at Michigan State, but for issuing the statement and then changing his mind. Chip the Buffalo wasn’t the only one who took serious offense to the head coach’s decision.

Tucker is catching some serious backlash for his decision, but according to Feldman’s report, Michigan State made the offer “impossible to ignore.”

Michigan State’s Board of Trustees is expected to meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday. While specific details of the meeting were not mentioned, it’s almost certainly to approve Tucker as the next head coach for the Spartans.

Tucker was at Colorado one season, going 5-7.