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Tweets of the Week: June 6-12

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Check out last week’s Tweets of the Week!

Each Monday, we will post Tweets of the Week. In this weekly post, we will select and break down ten of the best tweets from the previous week in no particular order. Is your Twitter game strong enough to make Tweets of the Week?

Starting us off this week, Cowboy’s Wide Reciever, Chris Lacy, tweets fire directly to opposing defensive backs. Our passing game has always been fun to watch, and we all expect nothing less this upcoming season. Photo includes receivers Marcell Ateman, Chris Lacy, Austin Hays and Austin Parker.

Upcoming freshman guard, Thomas Dziagwa, tweets a picture of him getting up shots with classmates, Cameron McGriff & Brandon Averette. 1:05am is way past my bedtime, so I applaud these youngsters.

In case you have been living under a rock the past few days, the OSU baseball team has defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks, and are Omaha bound! Go Pokes!

Speaking of the OSU baseball team, Brady Mas made a fantastic hype video of the baseball team. Great stuff, Brady!

I cant resist a good Coach Gundy post game dance. Our coaches have been spitting fire this week, and the 2017 recruiting class is looking #magnificent17.

4-star WR, Tylan Wallace, is going to be a BIG TIME player in the future for the Cowboys. He is very active on twitter, so give him a follow.

OSU sideline reporter, Allison Gappa, was hanging out with our old buddy, Clint Chelf. Texas Tech fans, click here.

Great photo by OSU basketball here.

--Now, as you all know, we lost an OSU great this past week. Brooks Thompson was one of the best to ever wear the orange and black. Thoughts and prayers from the CRFF writers to the Thompson family and friends. There were a ton of amazing tweets about Thompson, but we decided to go with the two below.

Brooks Thompson was one heck of a ball player. Dude got #bucketz. We were very lucky to have him as a part of our OSU family. OSU basketball tweeted out Thompson’s highlights from bedlam 1994.

Doug Gottlieb wrote up an outstanding piece over Thompson’s time in basketball, as well as the effect he had on everyone around him. Must read.