Cardale Jones is no stranger to Twitter controversies.
Long before he boat raced Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game, shocked the world by beating Alabama in SEC country, and then led OSU to a comfortable win over Oregon in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, Jones' famed "we ain't come to play SCHOOL" Twitter rant earned him national infamy.
Though Jones worked long and hard to move beyond being associated as a one-trick pony with his Twitter tirade, Jones has never shied away from showing off his social media prowess. Whether it's inventing a new holiday or saying exactly what he thinks, what you see is what you get with one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Monday was no exception. Jones let everyone know his feelings on the NCAA and his perception that they profiteer on the labor of under-compensated student athletes:
I'm so happy to be done with the @NCAA and their rules & regulation. They do any & everything to exploited collegiate athletes.— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) April 11, 2016
It's deeper than athletes thinking we should get paid. The @NCAA control our lives with insane and unfair rules.— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) April 11, 2016
Why shouldn't a collegiate athlete be able to use their OWN likeness/brand to benefit themselves but yet the @NCAA can sell there jerseys— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) April 11, 2016
That's my 2cent on the @NCAA .It's not like that's going to change how the athletes are exploited, even tho 98% of people feel the same way— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) April 11, 2016
Jones evidently has the support of at least one current Buckeye:
I would hit that retweet but they watching— BIG ❌EECH (@Meech_Dream14) April 11, 2016
Proving that he learned a thing or two despite not originally "going to Ohio State" to do so, Jones even went on to correct a grammatical faux pas from one of his original tweets in the rant:
@NCAA *their— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) April 11, 2016
Never change, Cardale.