This is a bizarre tweet from Charlie Weis.
Kansas coach Charlie Weis isn’t incredibly active on Twitter. As of June 25, he has 570 tweets and follows 15 accounts.
The life of a college football coach is busy, so we certainly understand if he doesn’t know all of the ins and outs of Twitter.
However, Weis’ tweet from a June 25 camp at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City is an odd one.
Here’s the tweet with photo attached:
Huge turnout at Arrowhead. Much greater than expected. Boys are ready to compete. This should be fun. Rock Chalk. pic.twitter.com/k79MXEExWD— Coach Charlie Weis (@CoachWeisKansas) June 25, 2014
So where do we start?
“Huge” turnout? It looks like there are less than 50 people in the picture.
Much greater than expected? So how many did he really expect?
Who knows, maybe Weis is trying to have a little fun. And at a football camp, he's not allowed to tweet photos of the recruits. However, we aren't sure that's the best photo to promote Kansas football.
Here are a few tweets from the web:
Maybe Charlie Weis was having a camp for chairs?— Mark Ennis (@MarkEnnis) June 25, 2014
That Charlie Weis tweet is starting to make the rounds nationally. People know he can't take a picture of the recruits, right?— Tyler James (@TJamesNDI) June 25, 2014