Coach Krzyzewski has a secret Twitter account to spy on players
Duke Blues Devils fans would most likely love to see coach Mike Krzyzewski on social media, presenting them an opportunity or illusion of one at least, to interact with the sure-fire Hall-of-Famers.
And Duke fans were under the impression that Krzyzewski doesn't have a Twitter account, until today, when he admitted to having a Twitter account. The catch is that he uses it under an alias, making it hard to find him, and he only uses it to spy on his players.
The details came from a Q&A with ESPN's Dana O'Neil:
Q: So are you on social media?
Krzyzewski: I follow guys. I don't want to be on Twitter because I don't care. I don't want their opinions. I don't need to show that I have X amount of followers. But I follow a lot of people on Twitter, under an alias. I tell my guys I'm following you. Then if I see something, you text them, you gotta watch. But there are a lot of cool things that they do. I do like that they do it.
So now that we know it is out there, it is on someone to go out there and find it. Also... has he tweeted from this account?
It is kind of surprising that Krzyzewski has gone through these lengths to keep tabs on his player, surely there is someone or some intern in the athletic department who could be charged with keeping tabs on his players.
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