SEC Football Tweets of the Week: Reuben Foster Commits to Auburn and Twitter
Every Friday on the SEC Blog, we will feature the tweets of the week from SEC players, coaches and media personalities. Since the SEC Blog was off for the July 4 extended weekend, this is a two-week special edition of the Tweets of the Week.
The story of the week in recruiting circles was 5-star linebacker Reuben Foster flipping his commitment from Alabama to Auburn. But that wasn't his only commitment of the week. Foster also made a commitment to Twitter following his press conference.
My first tweet and my first twitter I'm new at this but I wanna say WDE!!!— Reuben Foster (@reubenfoster_FG) July 13, 2012
He then had some words for the fans that he once had when he was a commitment to the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Y'all say you will win with or without me before all this you scream you need me #I know what's real— Reuben Foster (@reubenfoster_FG) July 13, 2012
Speaking of Alabama, Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray was doing some reconnaissance in Northeast Georgia in case his Bulldogs face the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship Game.
EA Sports debuted a commercial for NCAA 13 featuring LSU head coach Les Miles and mascot Mike The Tiger. Miles stole the show, but he gave credit to his supporting cast via Twitter.
Mike the Tiger took acting lessons,it payed off!! Expect Mike to sign multiple year deal.A major corn flakes cereal.Six figures+ incentives!— Les Miles (@LSUCoachMiles) July 3, 2012
Miles then continued with some questions for his former co-star.
Long Term deal! Corn Flakes? Mike ,was it worth it?It hurt but I'll treat you the same,Saturdays!I'll not forget!!— Les Miles (@LSUCoachMiles) July 3, 2012
Instead of the bump and run, Georgia cornerback Branden Smith may try a different technique on opposing wide receivers this season...shock and awe.
This is to funny instagr.am/p/M8bB83HBIO/— Branden Smith (@Brandensmith1) July 11, 2012
Have a good weekend, SEC fans.
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