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FSU Players Not Allowed On Twitter

by Quierra Luck | Posted on Saturday, July 21st, 2012
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When are more schools going to follow suit?

From Yardbarker.com, this possibly could have been the tweets from Tyler Hunter that started the ban.

Even though he was referencing Lil Boosie, the above tweets can be a tad inappropriate considering their role apart of a football legacy. Are people holding athletes to expectations that are too high? Even though they are just kids, when they put on their uniform and represent a school its not only a reflection of themselves and families but also the school.

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