Arkansas and Florida State Coaches Trade Jabs Over Twitter

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Bret Bielema threw a jab or two in Tim Brewster's direction on Twitter.

<p> Arkansas' Bret Bielema and Florida State's Tim Brewster Trade Jabs Over Twitter</p>

Bret Bielema is one of the most active college football coaches on Twitter, and the newly-appointed Arkansas coach isn’t afraid to back down from anyone on social media. Whether it’s opposing fans or coaches, Bielema has provided plenty of memorable tweets this offseason.

The first-year Arkansas coach continued to provide college football fans with offseason entertainment by trading jabs with Florida State assistant Tim Brewster on Thursday night.   

And make no mistake: These two coaches aren’t friends. Bielema and Brewster have a history, dating back to 2010 and a disagreement over a two-point conversion. Despite a 25-point lead in the fourth quarter, Wisconsin went for two when Brewster was the head coach at Minnesota, drawing the ire of the Golden Gophers’ coaching staff.


Just like Bielema, Brewster isn't afraid to promote his program on Twitter, as he works as an assistant under Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher. And Brewster started the back-and-forth with a notice that the Seminoles weren't afraid to play anyone in the SEC. Of course, this could have something to do with the fact Georgia and Florida State were rumored to be scheduling a game for 2016, but it appears that matchup won't happen.

 

So Bielema responded...


And here's what Brewster had to say in return:

 

And Bielema caps it off with a clear message it's not about Florida State and more about Brewster. 


So there you have it. Bielema isn't afraid to throw a few jabs in Brewster's direction, and the Florida State assistant is going to continue to promote his program. And for both coaches, this style should work well at their respective schools. Brewster is regarded as one of college football's top recruiters and isn't afraid to get his message out via Twitter. For Bielema, he needs to promote his program as much as possible, especially since he's trying to create a new identity for Arkansas in his first year.

Needless to say, a Florida State-Arkansas meeting in a bowl game sometime in the near future (assuming both coaches are in their current positions) would be an entertaining possibility. 

Just another day in college football's long offseason. 
 

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