Found May 08, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
You can get over on one of those old ball coaches, those old guys who don't quite know who Jay-Z is and have somebody else type their e-mails for them. But Texas Tech football coach Kliff Kingsbury is a single, 33-year-old man. He was barely out of college when Facebook came out. He knows what's up. So he sent his players a little message as they exited spring football this year, making all that perfectly known. It included the following message: Message to all texas tech football players twitter.comAlfredo56TTUs Alfredo Morales (@Alfredo56TTU) May 7, 2013 And he gets all of your The Hangover references, too, so don't even try.
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