Texas A&M wide receiver coach Aaron Moorehead put the tweets of college coaches under the microscope on Thursday night when his use of social media cost the Aggies a commitment and another potential recruit.
Alabama Nick Saban does not have a Twitter account, and doesn’t plan on making one either. He said on the Paul Finebaum show Friday that he will not create an account until someone proves that there is an advantage to it.
But Saban doesn’t have much of an issue with others on his staff tweeting, so long as they don’t cross the line.
“We don’t have rules that people can’t use Twitter,” Saban said at a trophy presentation on Friday in Atlanta, according to Michael Casagrande of AL.com. “We just want people to be responsible. We certainly don’t want them to do anything that’s going to affect themselves in an adverse way or affect our program, our university or our team in an adverse way.”