According to the San Antonio Express-News, Texas A&Mâ€™s coach blasted his players for lackluster play during halftime last Friday -- then decided to inform fans about his feelings.
Before taking the court for the second half, Mark Turgeon offered this Twitter post: â€œWe need to keep guarding and limit them to 1 shot. More movement on offense. Letâ€™s go.â€
The post didnâ€™t give away much in the way of strategy. But it raises at least two questions.
Will teams start to have a â€œsocial media intelligence officerâ€ -- someone who monitors opponentsâ€™ in-game tweets hoping to gain an advantage?
Can fans -- never short on opinions -- send tweets to the coach to offer some of their own halftime venting?