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NC State Player Retweets Rip on Head Coach Mark Gottfried

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Thomas De Thaey played 22 career games for the NC State Wolfpack. He averaged 1.7 points per game before transferring out of Raleigh in November of 2012.

He was obviously watching the Wolfpack get upset by a mediocre Wake Forest team on Tuesday night because this is what he thought of the performance by his former team and head coach Mark Gottfried the next morning:



It's not some revolutionary idea that a former player would be upset with his former head coach.

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Here comes the kicker. It appears as though current NC State freshman forward T.J. Warren retweeted it. No, it wasn't an original tweet but a retweet is essentially the same thing and is certainly can be considered an endorsement of Thomas De Thaey's thoughts.


Imagine a former employee at your company blatantly insulting your boss to which you respond with a public endorsement of said insult? 


Anyone think that makes any sense at all? How much would you pay to be a fly on the wall in that team meeting?


Warren has, not surprisingly, since deleted his tweet but Athlon Sports has the evidence: