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Quinton Dunbar @QuintonDunbar1 22m
Crazy what chicks do nothing the team lawyer can't handle smh
Better call Saul.
Walk softly but carry a big stick
For the record, there's nothing in the court records. Still probably not the brightest thing to tweet.
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Dumb ass tweet.
"Who was your source? Church mice in here....." - Coach Muschamp
9piece gon 9piece
Uhhhh... someone needs to get on this kid and give him a social media lesson
Beatings will continue until morale improves
I laughed. Can't wait for this summer to see the last episodes.
I know man, July can't get here soon enough.
Okay don't know the story behind this...but not good.
When keeping it real goes wrong..
LORD FORGIVE ME FOR THE GOON DADDY IS COMING OUT TONIGHT
He tweeted to somebody else that it was a joke, so hopefully it's over.
Coaches got on his ass. They need to have a team of specialists monitoring the players internet usage anyway. They need to see who's going on what at all times. Also to have key words be hits for further surveillance. Have this b on lockdown.
Most team use a service that monitors players social media accounts with hundreds of slang keywords that cause a redflag and the coaches to be notified; i.e. if a player uses one of the 100 or so terms for a drug on twitter, facebook, etc. the team will be notified.
I know its Bleacher Report but the gist of it is right on....
Also teams use the services to be proactive in NCAA compliance, i.e. Sharrif Floyd posts a pic on a 100 foot yacht in Miami with Ropo and Jonathan Dowling; the team definitely wants to know about it so they can investigate and have info for the NCAA; active self compliance gets you the benefit of the doubt. If a school is constantly bringing stuff like this to the NCAA when it isnt an actual issue, they may get the benefit of the doubt when anything real happens.
Social media has been a hot button topic in collegiate athletics since the rise of Facebook in the mid-2000s, which led to pictures of underage athletes consuming alcohol being accessible for the world to see...
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