I did tweet something like that but some pinhead decided I wasn't following his Twitter rules and scolded me. I had been tweeting all along and had even had some quick conversations with family, friends and players I've met over the years. So just beware that some of these guys have illusions of grandeur that they will be the next BarStool or whatever personality to come along and get rich. But it's easy to show a little love on Twitter. Gopher fans have been slow to jump on that social media.If you want to see what a healthy fanbase looks like read through all of the responses to his tweet. Hundreds of people trying to convince him to come to either NC or the Zags. One guy out of the 400 says you should stay home and play with Oturu and the home team.
If you guys really want to make a difference - get on social media and stump for the gophers. Next time you see him at a game go up and shake his hand to let him know "You would look great in Maroon and Gold!", and "You're the guy to help take the gophers to the Final Four next year!" and "your the final piece!"
Seriously, if you want to help the team the last thing you should be doing is being negative on GH. Don't listen to Built, the stuff that gets posted online makes a huge difference to the Millennial and Gen Z generations.