Ohio State defeated Akron 59-7 on Saturday night, but it wasn’t without some off-the-field drama.

Senior linebacker K’Vaughan Pope abruptly left the sideline just before the first half of Ohio State’s game vs. the Zips. He got into a heated altercation before having to be escorted off the field.

He later fired off multiple tweets showing his frustration and seemingly indicated that he was leaving the program.

After the game, coach Ryan Day said he didn’t have enough details on the situation yet.

However, he did say he believes that Pope’s outburst was a reflection of his frustration with playing time.

Day did not commit to whether or not Pope would be a member of the Buckeyes moving forward.

Ohio State dominated Akron from start to finish on Saturday night, as true freshman quarterback Kyle McCord made his first career start and threw 2 touchdowns.

The Buckeyes travel to Rutgers in Week 5.