Wednesday June 24th, 2015

Twitter has become an important part of the always fierce battleground for college recruits, and as such many college head coaches and their assistants are active on the social media network.

One of college basketballs biggest names, Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski, has remained away from Twitter, or at least that is what he wants you to think.

Coach K recently sat down with ESPN's Dana O'Neil, and he revealed that he does have an alias account on Twitter and he uses it to follow his players and make sure they are staying in line.

I follow guys. I don't want to be on Twitter because I don't care. I don't want their opinions. I don't need to show that I have X amount of followers. But I follow a lot of people on Twitter, under an alias. I tell my guys I'm following you. Then if I see something, you text them, you gotta watch. But there are a lot of cool things that they do. I do like that they do it.

Look out Blue Devils, if you get a new follower named @DefinitelyNotCoachK you may want to issue a Twitter block.

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Brendan Maloy

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