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Herb Hand’s Best Tweets Since Coming to Penn State

In his short time at Penn State, James Franklin has proven that he is a master at Twitter. However, his Tweet game will always be inferior to at least one member of his own coaching staff: offensive line coach/run game coach/worm aficionado/pizza critic Herb Hand.

Hand’s mastery of Twitter goes back to his days at Vanderbilt, when — I swear to God — he did a Twitter interview with SB Nation about what he would do if he were to appear on the television show Chopped. He also has no qualms about confronting trolls on Twitter, especially if said trolls are gigantic assholes.

Long story short, Hand is an American treasure, and he’s been the most active coach on Twitter since he came to Penn State. To honor him, we compiled some of his best tweets from his first few weeks in Happy Valley.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE: The Jay-Z thing ended up being a joke, but imagining Jay-Z taking on Herb Hand in a rap battle is fantastic

 

 

 

 

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