Texas A & M President NCAA Violation

Texas A&M president R. Bowen Loftin. known for his colorful http://oceanadesigns.net/images/granite/vyara-gold/vyara-gold.jpg bow tie collection, has violated a NCAA rule after tweeting to a 2015 Texas A & M President, NCAA Violationrecruit on watch Twitter.

On June 14,  Loftin used his http://oceanadesigns.net/color-selection/ Twitter account to send a seemingly innocuous message to 16-year-old Jordan Davis, a 6-foot 5-inch, 250-pound tight end from Clear Lake who had come to the university for a visit.  nexium 40 mg generic Lofti,  who has 26,640 followers on the social network  said in his tweet…”Enjoyed meeting you yesterday during your visit to #TAMU.”  Davis replied with “Yessir it was nice meeting you #gig’em.”

They Call Him Johnny Football

Davis, a four star , high profile prospect who is considered to be among the  top 10 tight ends in the country, has also had offers from  Arizona, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Florida.

According to sources…since his visit to A&M…Davis, who initially committed to FSU…has now  decided that Texas A&M is more suited for him academically and athletically.

As for the Twitter violation…Texas A&M self-reported the issue to the NCAA and said that Loftin didn’t know the bylaw.  It remains unclear what action if any…will be taken.

ABOUT:  Richard Bowen Loftin, better known as R. Bowen Loftin, is the 24th President of Texas A&M University. He was named interim president in June 2009, sole finalist for the presidency in January 2010, and president on February 12, 2010. Wikipedia

Related: College Football Texas A & M and  Alabama

Week 3 of the college football season was headlined by the highly anticipated matchup between No. 1 Alabama and No. 6 Texas A&M.

The game didn’t disappoint as the Crimson Tide avenged their only defeat from last year with a thrilling 49-42 victory in College Station. The Aggies’ loss created some movement in the latest AP poll, primarily in the bottom half of the Top 10.

Congratulations Alabama Your Third BCS Championship

The game of the century ( for this week ) lived up to all the hype as #1 Alabama ROLLED in to Aggie land and beat Johnny Football 49-42. It truly was a memorable game as the Aggies stormed to a quick 14-0 lead before I had a chance to pop my first ice cold adult beverage!  Full story here

 Related from the Web:

Jordan Davis – 247Sports

2015 TE Jordan Davis commits to the Texas A&M Aggies

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