Former Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith has taken to twitter to criticize the interview process during the investigation into head coach Urban Meyer.

Thursday night, Smith published his first direct statement on Twitter since the conclusion of the investigation. Smith was fired in July after reports of a domestic violence arrest in 2015 surfaced.

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In his tweet, Smith bashed the interview process, calling it “bizarre.”

“Can’t wait 2 disclose the 2.5 hour “investigative” interview I gave 2 the people OSU employed 2 find out if Coach Meyer/Gene Smith did anything wrong,” Smith wrote. “Questions were bizarre and very clear the weren’t investigating anything they were supposed to be…investigating media backlash.”

Prior to Smith’s direct comment on Twitter, he had retweeted a statement from his attorney, Brad Koffel, and posted an image of a bible verse.

Smith had been on Meyer’s staff for over a decade, dating back to the University of Florida.