Aaron Murray laid out the issue, and T-Bob Hebert teed off on it.

The podcast co-hosts discussed on the latest episode of “Snaps” about Southern Cal QB Caleb Williams’ painted fingernails, where he spelled out the message F— Utah during the Pac-12 Championship Game, would cost him the Heisman Trophy.

Williams is a finalist along with TCU QB Max Duggan, Georgia QB Stetson Bennett and Ohio State QB CJ Stroud.

“I think Caleb is the best player in America,” Murray said. “But the discussion would be over, if he didn’t put (F—) Utah on his fingernails. Because I’ve talked with some Heisman voters this week, and that’s their big hesitation.”

Hebert replied that if Williams painting his fingernails costs him the Heisman, it would break the award for him.

Murray explained that it’s not just the best college football player, the Heisman also represents one of the most prestigious awards out there.

“And a guy that does that, and paints his fingernails is not someone we want representing this award,” Murray said in explaining the argument.

Countered Hebert, “Bro, that is some soft, holier-than-thou again MLB Hall of Fame voting writing BS right there.”