Twitter has become all the rage among college basketball analysts, coaches, players, and fans this year.
Players use Twitter to stay connected to their fan base.
Coaches use the social media site to send out player and team updates.
Analysts use the micro-blogging site to post links and find out the latest team gossip.
Bloggers use it as a way to support their team and virtually root with other fans from all over the world.
Whatever the reason, Twitter has become a powerful tool in college sports. And there is no better time of year to find that out than March Madness.
To help there Twitter-obsessed fans, here is a list of head coaches to start following before the 2010 NCAA Tournament.