We're heading into Week 4 of the college football season and we're starting to get a clearer picture of the teams to beat on the field. But who are the video staffs to beat when it comes to Twitter? Each week this season we're highlighting some of the college football video staff Twitter accounts that you should be following. This week let's take a look at the Villanova Wildcats and LSU Tigers.
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Each week this season we're highlighting the Twitter accounts for some of the unsung heros of the college football world: the hardworking men and women that make up the video staffs. In this installment of College Football Video Staffs You Should be Following, let's take a look at the Iowa Hawkeyes and Cincinnati Bearcats.
Week 1 of the 2016 season is in the books so let's keep going with a new batch of College Football Video Staffs You Should Be Following on Twitter. Each week we feature a few of the most active football video staff Twitter accounts that you will definitely want to check out.
It's time for round 3 of our weekly segment on College Football Video Staffs You Should Be Following on Twitter. So far we've profiled the video staffs for the SMU Mustangs, Ole Miss Rebels, Nebraska Cornhuskers, and Clemson Tigers. Why do we do it? Because video staffs are able to capture a unique perspective that makes for some interesting Twitter content. Plus, coaches seem to get all the attention and we think video staffs deserve some love too! Be sure to check back each week as we feature a few of the most active football video staff Twitter accounts.
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The first edition of the College Football Video Staffs to Follow on Twitter received a great response. These hardworking men and women behind the cameras are able to capture a unique perspective within their football departments and it makes for some very interesting stories on Twitter. Be sure to check back each week as we feature a few of the most active football video staff Twitter accounts.
Sure, you can follow coaches and official team accounts on Twitter like everyone else does. But at XOS, we think the men and women behind the cameras - the video staffs - deserve a little more love. These people work countless hours to make sure their coaching staffs and players have everything they need to get ready for game day. They have some great stories to tell on their Twitter accounts.