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Tweets of the Day: Baylor Raids Texas Tech 63-35

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I tried to come up with a stronger verb than "raids," but raids has that sweet double entendre action. It was too much to resist.

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Last week, we changed things up a bit by separating the tweets into groups for tweets related to Corey Coleman and tweets unrelated to Corey Coleman (as if any tweet is truly unrelated to Corey Coleman).  This week, I'm consolidating things again.

But we're starting off with a pre-game tweet that was very provocative.  Had the people going.

That tweet spawned this from ESPN.com:

Which went WAY deeper into Oakman's tweet than I ever thought possible.

This tweet came after Corey's first TD, which prompted me to say that it was his world and we're all just living in it.

I included this one because it was such a weird moment in the broadcast. And about 10 minutes later, the same announcer contradicted himself completely by saying (truthfully) that we're the most penalized team in the nation. Or at least we were. I haven't checked since this game.

Things were going well, for sure.

I can pretty much guarantee that will be an 11 AM kickoff. It's probably better that way to limit the crowds.

I stand by this. He strolls like his name is Gatsby.

You so silly, Coco.

As it turned out, it was not yet Stidham Time. But it would be shortly thereafter.

Was 2009 a particularly good vintage?

HIT THAT TRUCK STICK.

He's not wrong.

That Vine really explores the space of a Vine. Great usage.

I don't actually have that many from the game itself, but I can't change the Twitters. I'll leave you with this.

Have a good night, everybody!