Ryan Leaf has endured his fair share of legal trouble. The former Washington State quarterback saw his professional career melt away after several outbursts, poor performances and run-ins with police.

But now, even Leaf is jumping in the social media outrage and is calling out Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer.

Friday morning, Meyer released a tweet, clarifying some of the “misunderstandings” that have been swirling around the Internet. He wanted to correct a few of the details that he felt were being skewed incorrectly.

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Leaf wasn’t hearing any of it.

Later that day, Leaf fired off a tweet of his own aimed at Meyer, telling the head coach to “just have some personal accountability.”

“You don’t need to be clarifying anything,” Leaf wrote on Twitter. “This only makes you look more and more like the child who’s been put in a time out and yet continues to justify why he’s not at fault. Just have some personal accountability please. Show those young men you can screw up and take ownership.”

That’s a pretty strong message, especially coming from Leaf.

Meyer has been suspended for the first three games of the season and will miss the Buckeyes’ season opener on Saturday against Oregon State.