Like almost everyone else, college athletes have latched onto the social media craze. And that has led to problems for a few programs and their student-athletes, which is why more schools are relying on firms to police their social media activity.
A tweet is just a tweet until it's newsworthy, Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel learned this week. Sending out a photo of yourself partying at a club or with a wad of cash at a casino might seem like no big deal, because it's technically legal.
But when you're 20 years old, the face of college football and broadcasting it to 250,000 people, it creates headlines.
Clifton Garrett is one of the nation's top prospects in the 2014 recruiting class. He's also an enthusiastic and savvy Twitter user, having Tweeted more than 16,000 times. In that way, he's a typical Generation Y college football recruit...
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