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“Yeah, I think State is really feeling me right now.”
“Why do you think that?”
“I was just hit with a 10-second dick pic from Coach.”
“Yeah, he must’ve really wanted me to see it.”
The accidental dick snap from coach to high school football prospect isn’t guaranteed to happen, but the possibility just became very real since the NCAA announced that it will now recognize Snapchat as an official recruiting communication tool. Quick, wandering thumbs combined with a dick pic state of mind can lead to unsuspecting recipients.
The NCAA has done a great job keeping up with the times. With each new method of communication that the public gets ahold of, the NCAA has been right there with them, adapting.
From CBS Sports:
The NCAA has worked to keep up with the times when it comes to communication, adjusting its policies based on the explosion of Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets. Now coaches will have a new tool to communicate with prospective student-athletes: Snapchat.
Beginning Aug. 1, coaches will be allowed to contact recruits via the widely popular app.
It’s funny to imagine a guy like Nick Saban using Snapchat, isn’t it? You know these kids are going to screenshot his ass, Snapchat etiquette be damned.
[via CBS Sports]