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Golden Nugz Sees Brew Is Tweeting

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Tim Brewster is twitting. Or is it tweeting. Whatever you call, you know that it'll be, um, intersting, if not tremendous.

Here is the feed in all of its glory. And Here are some examples that make it clear Coach Brew is tweeting himself.

EACH GUY CONTROLS WHAT HE BRINGS TO THE TABLE EACH DAY ATTITUDE, EFFORT, TOUGHNESS AND PASSION NOT TAUGHT BUT BROUGHT!

Let me know if you want to come be a Gopher! We are looking for playmakers!

WINNING ON AND OFF THE FIELD EACH AND EVERY DAY IS WHAT CREATES A CHAMPION!

Black Heart Gold Pants couldn't resist. You should check that out.

I just have two more comments. 1) At least it's clear Brewster is doing this himself. And 2) Do we really want Brewster doing this himself?

OK, three comments. At least he'll make the offseason interesting!

  • Maybe it's wishful thinking. Maybe it's a daily newspaper reporter filling up space. Either way, I don't understand why the Charlottesville Daily Progress is under the assumption that the likes of Tubby Smith, John Beilein or Jay Wright would be intersted in the Virginia job. Other names make sense, including Jeff Capel of Oklahoma, because of his ties to VCU and the ACC with Duke and current VCU coach Anthony Grant. Why exactly would Smith, Belein or Wright leave programs they have in major conferences that are heading in the right direction for the Cavs, an ACC afterthought.
  • Sticking with the UVA coaching search (sorry, I live in VA and hear about this a lot), this blog breaks down the search in "romantic comedy" terms. Somehow Tubby Smith is likened to Scarlett Johansson.
  • Hockey fans, it looks like Joel Maturi has the back of Don Lucia. Should he?
  • U President Robert Bruininks talks to the Minnesota Daily about Tubby's future. Bruiinkinks is convinced Tubby is happy and is staying put.
  • No link here, but the Sweet 16 begins Thursday night. if you had your bracket to do over, who would be your choice? I don't think I'd pick Pittsburgh again. They just don't seem to be on the top of their game. Connecticut now has headaches to deal with. Villianova might be playing the best. But I think I'm picking Oklahoma from here on out.
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