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Detroit Lions DT Damon Harrison was a first-team All-Pro in 2016 and has tormented offensive lineman for much of his seven-year career. 


That didn't stop Duke's offensive line coach, Nate Leonard, from taking a shot at the star on Twitter.

Leonard decided to post a video of Harrison matched up with Vikings center Pat Elflein. Leonard jokingly said that Elflein served Harrison, whose nickname is Snacks, a "10 piece." 


Maybe Leonard didn't really watch the video, but Harrison played contain, got six yards of penetration, and gave no escape route to the quarterback. 


Harrison made sure Leonard knew that. 

He wasn't the only one.  

Harrison and the rest of Twitter fired back at the coach and called him out for not knowing what he was talking about. Maybe Leonard should spend a bit more time grinding the tape of his 8-5 Blue Devils than chasing clout with an NFL All-Pro defensive lineman. 


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