Twitter and social media may destroy more athlete’s careers than all the women, drugs, and weapons in the world. Hunter Long, a Georgia offensive lineman, used Twitter to post a picture of Georgia’s playbook according to RedandBlackAttack.com. The tweet has apparently been deleted but here is what Red and Black Attack had to report:
The picture linked in the message showed what looked to be an open Georgia playbook on the lap of a player, presumably Long.
The playbook showed the entirety of three plays, while also showing partial amounts of six other plays.
So the playbook only showed three plays? Doesn’t seem like a big deal to me but I’m sure Mark Richt or Aaron Murray won’t be too thrilled about it. The Georgia Bulldogs are expected to win the SEC East this year if they can keep quarterback Aaron Murray healthy. I’m sure this playbook thing won’t hold them back (especially since no one can find a copy of the image) and will just serve as a learning lesson. This could be a good thing for the Dawgs in the long run. Long may have to run some more after practice but the “no harm, no foul” policy will probably be in effect at Georgia.