College football recruiters are using Twitter, quickly outpacing NCAA rules

Florida State assistant football coach James Coley takes some gentle ribbing from co-workers if they’re nearby when his thumbs mambo across his BlackBerry keyboard to tap out yet another tweet.
“Things hit you during the day, and you say, ‘I’m going to share this,’ ” said Coley, the tight ends coach-recruiting coordinator and lone member of the FSU football staff on Twitter. “It’s become a part of what I do. I do get heckled for it, but it’s up to me to carry the technology torch.”

So he tweets.