What statement? Maybe you really didn't mean this as a reply to my comment. I said nothing about twitter being evil. I was only commenting on the several posts that suggest that the difference between good and not-good recruit tweeting is in the age of the tweeter.
I don't get the "if you're the same age, it's OK" argument. If you're tweeting to a recruit because he's a recruit, then you're not just being a peer. It's not "kids to kids"; it's [over] zealous fan to recruit. What does age have to do with it?
"He is what he is" can be said about anybody. He's not what we need him to be. He may be a great guy but he occasionally dawdles down the court on defense, he too often can't handle interior passes, and he keeps bringing the damn ball down where the small guys steal it from him. He doesn't appear to be strong enough or maybe tough enough to impose his will on the defenders. So yeah, people complain. It's not personal.
Personally, I don't get the hating on the NCAA for expecting schools to self-report (trivial) violations. They don't want it left up to the institution to decide what is trivial. Sure, nobody cares if you butt-dial some prospect, but if you didn't have to report these, pretty soon the SEC schools would be "accidently" calling dozens of prospects a day. They'd be accidently handing out "trivial" gifts, and pretty soon "trivial" amounts of Benjamins....
As as been said before, we don't know why she's doing what she's doing. Maybe she's meddling unnecessarily, or maybe she has solid reasons. Not to pick on you particularly, RunEddie, but some people seem to be projecting their own "Mama" (if you must) issues...
Having rich boosters giving to the institution is one thing. But as soon as there's a legal way to funnel unlimited cash to the players themselves, it's a very quick slide down the slope to where the players are negotiating guarantees of income before signing day in February. If that's where you want to go, then fine, lets just do that and not pretend to be paying them for value of their signatures.