Ten College Football Coaches Who Should Join Twitter

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Ten College Football Coaches Who Should Join Twitter

Twitter is a well-known form of social media. For those who are not aware why anyone would use such a medium, you haven’t been paying attention to the way the application has evolved over the last couple of years.

For one, Twitter is not just a place to share the mundane details of your life (although there is a fair share of that going on), but rather a means of both disseminating and learning new information—many times before it hits the AP Wire.

How does it work? Well, that’s simple:

1. Create an account. You can do so here.

2. Use the search feature to find people/organizations/teams to follow.

3. Look for the tweets of those you’ve chosen and share some tweets of your own. A tweet is the Twitter terminology for sharing an update on what you are doing or some interesting info you have heard.

That said, there are a fair share of college coaches have used Twitter as a way of connecting with their fan base.

Some coaches tweet a lot. Former USC coach Pete Carroll is a veteran tweeter. Others seldom do so without a specific purpose—Georgia coach Mark Richt is a selective tweeter. Either way, it’s entertaining to see their tweets.

With that in mind, here are 10 college football coaches I would love to see tweeting. For fun, I’ve even included what they would tweet to the masses.

This is meant to be slightly humorous, and no disrespect is intended.

The names that precede the colon are user name suggestions for each coach, and for those who are interested, my Twitter account can be found here—feel free to follow me if you like.

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