Found February 11, 2013 on
The world of social media has become a troubling issue in college sports, but at the same time it is a vital source for information. Twitter has led to some interesting photos from college football players and recruits while others have tweets that raise some eyebrows and may cause to some distress inside university compliance offices.
If you look deep enough though you will find some of the more entertaining Twitter accounts out there. One of the more recently entertaining accounts has been the account of none other than one of our favorite head coaches out there, LSU's Les Miles. Simply put, it is both entertaining, analytical and inspirational.
Miles has been on Twitter for a while but he appears to use it in bursts. Miles first had his account activated in April 2009 but he has only shared 621 tweets, and he follows just two others (appear to be family members) despite closing in on 100,000 followers. Last week Miles generated a buzz by providing his personal analysis a...
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Eccentric and entertaining LSU head coach Les Miles joined Twitter four years ago. Coaches on Twitter isn't necessarily an exciting thing as they have to be much safer and more generic in what they tweet versus athletes or regular joes and schmoes like you and me. (Just imagine if Larry Eustachy could Twitpic those party photos.) Most of the time it's just university...
Tevin Lawson committed to LSU very early in the 2013 recruiting process, but come signing day the talented defensive tackle and the Tigers elected to go in different directions. Coach Les Miles and his staff offered Lawson the chance to grey shirt and enroll in January rather than August, but the Denham Springs standout has elected to pass on that opportunity.
Johnny Manziel continues his parade of fun, literally, at Mardi Gras.
How can you not like this kid? Still living life the way he plays football!
I’m sure that this, along with him throwing up the Hook ‘Em Horns sign at a concert, will once again upset a few people, but really Manziel isn’t doing anything different than 99% of other college kids.