You know what's awesome about Larry Smith's twitter account? It's protected so that only subscribers can see his posts. That way, if he gets hacked, his personal business doesn't get exposed to millions of college football fans. Denard Robinson, quarterback at Michigan, does not share Smith's philosophy on privacy:
The offending posts are down, but it's pretty likely that Brady Hoke will be taking Denard's Twitter away; he can get it back once he graduates. While this has nothing to do with Vanderbilt football, let's assume that Mr. Robinson could learn an important lesson from Mr. Smith. From one running quarterback to another, maybe keep that feed on lockdown next time. Or at the very least, away from any scorned girlfriends.