GG Jacksons let his emotions get the best of him after South Carolina’s Saturday loss to Arkansas. The Gamecock freshman standout has now apologized for his postgame comments.

Following South Carolina’s 65-63 home loss to Arkansas, Jackson sounded off on Instagram Live. He notably vented that he was not getting plays drawn up for him in crunch time.

Sunday, Jackson used Twitter to share an apology note.

“First, I want to apologize to Coach (Lamont) Paris, all of my teammates, and the University of South Carolina. After reflecting on my behavior yesterday, I want to apologize for acting out in emotions and the comments I made on live after the game. Being that I am very passionate about the team and the game, I unfortunately took my frustration out in a very inappropriate manner. My behavior yesterday was not a reflection of my character. Going forward I will move in a more mature and positive direction. I am extremely proud of my team with yesterday’s performance. We will take yesterday’s performance as momentum to get even better. Again, I apologize.”

It has been a rough season for the Gamecocks. Paris’ squad is 8-15 overall and 1-9 in conference play. Jackson, though, has been a bright spot as the team’s leading scorer with 16.1 points per game.