SEC Football Tweets of the Week: Arkansas Players React to John L. Smith
Every Friday on the SEC Blog, we will feature the tweets of the week from SEC players, coaches and media personalities.
Twitter has given everybody a voice, and college football players, coaches and media are no exception.
The news that John L. Smith is taking over as Arkansas' interim head coach for the 2012 season came as a shock to most people, but that didn't stop Razorback running back Knile Davis from voicing his opinion.
I dont care what anyone says.im 100% behind John L Smith.I'll play for him any day of that week because hes a good man and coach 14-0or 0-14— Knile Davis (boobie) (@Boobie_Knile) April 23, 2012
Kicker Zach Hocker also seemed to be pleased with the news.
John L. Smith is back in action!! #WPS— Zach Hocker(@zhocker18) April 23, 2012
Congratulations to our boys that did it big tonight, and to the ones that will tomorrow and Saturday— Carson Tinker (@carsontink) April 27, 2012
Meanwhile, Arkansas wide receiver Cobi Hamilton is thinking about his future.
365 Days from today! I wanna wake up from this dream #NFLDraft— Cobi Hamilton (@CobiHam11) April 26, 2012
With a guy like Tyler Wilson around to get him the football, and a running back like Davis there to keep defenses honest, Hamilton's dream will become reality.
Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen chose to stay in school rather than entering the 2012 draft, but has no regrets.
Extremely blessed to be where I'm at with beautiful people and support around me. I know I made the right choice. War eagle !— Philip Lutzenkirchen (@lutzenkirchen) April 26, 2012
If transfer fullback Jay Prosch is deemed eligible by the NCAA, it should free up Lutzenkirchen for a big year.
Georgia wide receiver Tavarres King better start running, because something tells me that defensive lineman John Jenkins is coming after him following this tweet.
BIG John Jenkins sleep in the Players lounge.. Y'all ever seem anything like this!? twitter.com/TKUnoDos/statu…— Tavarres King(@TKUnoDos) April 24, 2012
Well done, Tavarres. Well done.
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