Twitter giveth, and Twitter taketh away: Mike Leach is in hot water already at Mississippi State / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels and Joe)

-Leach is popular on Twitter because he’s unlike most coaches: he has a very unique personality, and that is present in his press conferences, and also in his tweets…mostly a bunch of funny memes

-However, last week he had a tweet that showed a wife knitting a ‘scarf’ for her husband—actually a noose—that was a joke in the COVID-19 pandemic about getting through it. A little dark, but funny to a lot of people. However, a player entered the transfer portal because of it, and now Mississippi State is ordering Leach to raise his “cultural awareness” of the state. Is it necessary or over the top?

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The Drive: July 11th, 5pm

  • Sorry to break it to you buys, but Scott Frost and Fred Hoiberg are both huge nerds
  • CFB Report Now content
  • Hot seat ranks – B1G
  • Wrap things up

The Drive: July 10th, 3pm

  • Nebraska Softball coach Rhona Revelle has been placed on administrative leave
  • I want to talk about the Mike Trout commercial that aired a few times during the MLB ASG last night
  • What should we do for today’s CFB Report Now content?
  • What’s Poppin’ (brought to you by Barney Insurance)

The Drive: July 9th, 4pm

  • The latest FPI update has Michael Snow’s Minnesota Golden Gophers winning the Big Ten West
  • What are we posting to CFB Report Daily?
  • Another reason for Curter to cry: NC Dub would have come out today

The Drive: July 8th, 4pm

  • We’ve talked non-stop about urgency knowing you’re on the clock with Adrian Martinez, should that effect how you handle him?
  • Help: What content should we put out on our CFB Daily twitter account today?
  • Time for our Fake News Tweet of the day
  • Whats in the Box (Raisin’ Canes)

The Drive: July 5th, 5pm

  • Working on our new fake College Football account
  • Michael Snow will be excited for the Ohio State game in 10 days
  • Steve Sipple replay
  • Wrap things Up

What Huskers of the past would you most like to see what their careers would have been if they stayed healthy?

-It was a big viral topic on Twitter yesterday, and many decided to ‘Huskerize’ it. Bobby Newcombe, Matt Herian, Jaivorio Burkes, Charles Jackson, and Sean Fisher come to mind…any other football players, and any other Huskers in other sports?