2012 Social Media Guide

Social-Media-Guide

How we follow the games have become as much fun as actually watching them. The way everyone follows is different but I’ve tried to make it as easy as possible for you to customize your experience.

First, if you want to follow me, here are three best ways…

Twitter


Instagram

Facebook

Now let’s go to some other ways to follow college football (specifically OSU) via Twitter….


OSU News

Name
Outlet
Twitter
Comments
Follow
Adam BarnesOSU Good updates on ticket information and sales. Very nice (and helpful) guy.
Anthony SlaterOklahomanI think OKC Dave said it best when he said Slater was "criminally underrated." Hard worker and you get your money's worth.
Ben AllenNPRMore news-y than sports but always provides unbiased OSU stuff when he can.
Berry TramelOklahomanI'm not sure he's ever even seen this feed or knows what it is. It's simply a promotion for his articles, that's it.
Bill HandyOSU Prof at OSU and on the forefront of technology. Tons of great links. A must follow.
Brendon MorrisO'CollyStarting to stretch his talents as a writer, excited to see where that goes.
Burns HargisOSU Burns/Boone 2016 presidential ticket? Anybody?
Carson CunninghamKOCOMy boy. Follow him.
Clay BillmanOSU Extremely helpful, he'll answer any OSU-related question.
Dean BlevinsKWTVThe unintentional comedy of his feed cannot be charted. One of my favorite things about the Internet is the @deanblevins Twitter feed.
Gary ShuttOSU Pretty dry feed but when he tweets, it's usually important.
Gavin LangOSU The Darren Rovell of OSU.
Gina MizellOklahomanProbably the most consistent source for unbiased OSU news.
James PolingO'CollyAnother good source of OSU info, into all sports but football is his calling card.
Jay FielderRivalsRecruiting guru, knows his stuff.
Jeff JohnsonRivalsGreat dude, doesn't tweet as much as he should. Knows a ton about recruiting.
Jenni CarlsonOklahomanIt is what it is.
Jimmie TramelTulsa WorldAll the comic book tweets you can handle. And he's underrated in the cleverness/humor department.
John HelsleyOklahomanOne of my favorite Oklahoma State writers and one of the best guys in the business.
John HooverTulsa WorldNot the greatest feed ever but he's consistent. I'm pretty new to him so not a ton to say yet.
Jordan SmithOSU Funny, seems pretty intelligent. His feed intrigues me for some reason.
Justin WilmethRivalsAnother recruiting guy, talks all sports though. Big Cardinals fan.
Kelly HinesTulsa WorldShe's good, y'all. Always has her head down sniffing out stories. Funny to boot.
Kevin KlintworthOSU Breaks a lot of football news, good follow to keep up with the program.
Kyle FredricksonScoutTalented younger writer. Big things in his future.
Lost OgleLost OgleHis OSU stuff is always hilarious.
Larry ReeceOSU Voice of the Pokes. His feed isn't the best, not sure he completely knows how to use it, but worth a follow.
Orange PowerOrange PowerGreat links every day, their forums are sometimes....interesting but their feed is pretty good.
OSU athleticsOSU Feeds like this are what they are, OSU does a pretty job with it though.
O'CollyO'CollyIs the O'Colly getting better or is that just me?
Pat JonesSports AnimalHe's in danger of approaching @deanblevins territory which is a W for all of us.
RivalsRivalsGood recruiting follow, not a ton of original stuff.
Robert AllenGo PokesI wish he and @coachgundy would interact on Twitter. That would be high comedy.
Ryan CameronOSU Golf and hoops SID but he's clever and his football tweets are good.
Ryan SharpOklahomanRTs a lot of stuff but he'll interact with you too.
Samantha VicentTulsa WorldI would imagine not the athletic department's biggest ally. She breaks a ton of news on legal stuff, arrests, etc. She's gotten to know Tracy Moore well.
Wade McWhorterOSU Baseball SID, nice guy, needs to tweet more.

College football (national)

NameCompanyTwitterCommentsFollow
Adam KramerBleacher Report One of the most consistently funny college football people on Twitter. A must follow.
Andy StaplesSports IllustratedKeeps it light-hearted and funny. Really clever feed and a great writer.
Bill ConnellySB NationSmart as hell, one of the many highbrow feeds on this list you should be following.
BrandonSB NationMostly SEC stuff but minus the insanity. Seems like a pretty good guy too.
Brett McMurphyESPNIf you follow one feed strictly for college football reporting, this should be it.
Brian FremeauFootball OutsidersDoesn't tweet very often but one of his tweets is worth 10 of most other people. Plus Football Outsiders is usually high on OSU.
Bryan FischerCBSA lot of Pac-12 news but always brings great links and some solid humor to the conversation.
Charles RobinsonYahoo!Fair warning: great investigative journalist. If you see him in Stillwater or tweeting about OSU, we can all just pick a new squad...
Chris BrownGrantlandThe handle says it all - you'll be more intelligent about football (and sports) for having followed him.
Dan RubensteinSB NationGreat pulse of college football feed. And he's hilarious to boot. And on Grantland.
Dan WetzelYahoo!He's a machine during college football season, one of the best national columnists around.
Dan WolkenUSA TodayInteresting, unbiased, very funny. Intrigued by what the folks over at USA Today are doing...
Erin AndrewsFoxShe takes heat but knows her stuff. Fun, not-too-serious twitter account too.
Fieldhouse MediaFieldhouseThe place to be for keeping up with social media and colleges.
George SchroederUSA TodayAccording to some, the nicest guy in the business. Newly hired by USA Today and formerly of the Oklahoman.
Jerry PalmCBSThe stat nerd in me loves his feed.
John Walters-------Clever and always interacts with followers. Extremely thoughtful in his opinions. If he ever writes a book on why college football shouldn't have a playoff, I'll be the first to buy it.
Mark EnnisSB NationCovers the Big East primarily but he's pretty funny. And a great gateway to discovering other good feeds.
Matt HintonCBS For my money, the most underrated college football media mind in the country.
Pat FordeYahoo!Don't LOVE his columns but he's a solid follow for national coverage. And the Forde yard dash is salty.
Paul PabstDan Patrick ShowOne of my favorite all-time follows. Loves MACtion and always helps find games coming down to the wire.
Pete ThamelSports IllustratedDoesn't tweet a ton but it's usually because he's snagging a story. Can't wait to see what he does at SI.
PollspeakPollspeakAmazing roundup of all the various polls throughout the year. A must follow for me.
SB Nation GIFSB Nation#FatGuyTouchdowns and other amazing GIFs.
Spencer HallSB Nation Potentially the most obscure, intelligent writer of the footballs on the internet today. Brilliant.
Stewart MandelSports IllustratedOne of the many horses in Sports Illustrated's stable. His postgame pieces from whatever game he's at that week are must-read.
Timothy BurkeDeadspinYour other GIF and screenshot master. Not much slips past him. Strong follow.
Tom FornelliCBSLover of Italian football, covers the Big 12 (mostly) for CBS.
Tom LuginbillESPNI don't follow a ton of recruiting stuff because I find it mostly appalling but I feel like Luginbill keeps it pretty real. There are other, probably better, recruiting follows but he's my pick.
Travis HaneyESPN I'm pretty biased but there isn't another writer who can handle the breadth of national coverage like Haney. Good non-sports tweets too.
Ty DuffyThe Big LeadMichigan man, Premier League aficionado, one of my favorite college football feeds.
Wright ThompsonESPNThe best.
  • http://@recruiterKiel Kiel

    Where is the RSS feed link? I lost it and trying to reset all of this to feed into my inbox