Discussion in 'Syracuse Football Board' started by zibby, Jun 7, 2012.
Countdown to the ACC: Monday, July 1st, midnight:
Did you call the office and tell them?
I tweeted back at them. I'm @zibby42 on Twitter.
I know quite a few people, including me, have tweeted and DM'ed them to tell them to take it down. It's getting ridiculous that they don't teach these kids the rules.
They took it down.
Do the idiots who run @Cuse receive any guidance at all? Bleacher Report articles and Michelle Tumolo's recent comments shouldn't be on the official athletic department feed.
Does it count as an infraction if they spelled his name wrong?
Like others have said when this happened previously, in and of itself it isn't a huge deal. But when it happens repeatedly, it could start to create some problems. It would be a travesty if we were to end up getting dinged for what some intern posted on a twitter account.
I don't get how that stuff even happens. You might think the rule is dumb (it is), but it's certainly not complicated.
According to my friend who worked for them last fall, they don't actually train these kids before they put them on. The kid doing this afternoon's shift committed recruiting violations, posted every 5 minutes, and reposted stuff from earlier. They can't just put every clown that thinks they are a Syracuse fan on the page without training. It's an embarrassment.
Especially for a school that bills itself as a communications and public relations juggernaut
most of the kids that are on that twitter aren't from those programs.
Yeah, in my experience NH kids don't really get outside of their own little world.
Regardless, it's one of the major things SU is known for. Most people on the outside world aren't going to disassociate the two.
@cuse should be @theunemploymentline now
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