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Cardinals head coach says he used fake accounts to follow his recruits at Texas Tech

Recruiting college football players has become a huge job for some major colleges. To land a player and find a player that fits your team is hard to do. Well, the Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury admitted in 2016 that he used fake accounts to monitor players’ online activities, and now he confirmed it again.

“We have fake accounts with cute girls that they add right now so we can see what’s going on, who’s tweeting what,” Kingsbury said. “Those are heavily monitored, for sure.”

Kingsbury learned that it’s not difficult to get a player to bite.

“Friend requests from cute girls are an automatic follow,” Kingsbury said.

I do not know if that is a violation being they have strict codes on who you can talk to but it is pretty funny.

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