40 Twitter Handles College Sports Fans Need To Be Following

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Whether you’re new to the Twitter game or just looking for a few more accounts to follow, College Spun has you covered. We’ve put together what we consider to be 40 of the best handles you can follow to stay up-to-date on college athletics. It’s a mixture of reporters, blogs, athletes and parody accounts – all of which serve a purpose, one way or another.

Each handle displayed is hyperlinked, making it easy for you to quickly follow any of the accounts you like.

If you have any good suggestions for handles we missed, let us know by tweeting @CollegeSpun. The list is not displayed in any particular order:

1. Brett McMurphy – ESPN college football reporter: @McMurphyESPN

2. Sean Keeley – Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician Blogger: @NunesMagician

3. Jeff Goodman – CBS Sports Senior Basketball Writer: @GoodmanCBS

4. Marshall Henderson – Ole Miss guard: @NativeFlash22

5. Sarah Spain – ESPNW Writer: @SarahSpain

6. Adam Kramer – Blogger, Bleacher Report Lead CFB Writer: @KegsnEggs

7. Johnny Manziel – Texas A&M quarterback: @JManziel2

8. Being Bielema – Parody account of coach Bret Bielema: @BeingBeilema

9. War Blogle – An Auburn blog: @WarBlogle

10. Thug Trevor Cooney – Parody account of Trevor Cooney: @ThugCooney

11. Rock Chalk Blog – Independent Kansas blog: @RockChalkBlog

12. Bruce Feldman – CBS Sports Columnist: @BFeldmanCBS

13. John Calipari – Kentucky Basketball coach: @UKCoachCalipari

14. The Oregon Duck – Oregon’s mascot: @TheOregonDuck

15. The SEC Logo – A handle dedicated to the SEC: @SEC_Logo

16. Nicole Auerbach – USA Today college basketball reporter: @NicoleAuerbach

17. John Walters – Former SI sportswriter, ND alum: @jdubs88

18. Eamonn Brennan – ESPN college basketball writer: @eamonnbrennan

19. Roll Bama Roll – “The champagne of Bama blogs”: @rollbamaroll

20. The Phog – A handle dedicated to the Jayhawks: @phoggg

21. Block U – SBNation Utah blog: @BlockU

22. Reign of Troy – FanSided USC blog: @ReignofTroy

23. Saturday Down South – SEC football website: @SDS

24. Dick Vitale – ESPN college basketball analyst: @DickieV

25. Dennis Dodd – CBS Sports college football writer: @dennisdoddcbs

26. Eleven Warriors – Ohio State fan community/blog: @11W

27. Pat Forde – Yahoo! Sports sportswriter: @YahooForde

28. Joe Lunardi – ESPN Bracketologist: @ESPNLunardi

29. Louis Nix III – Notre Dame defensive tackle: @1IrishChocolate

30. TNNDN – Positive Notre Dame network: @TNNDN

31. Lost Lettermen – The “IMDB” of college sports: @LostLettermen

32. EDSBS – Every Day Should Be Saturday – SBNation blog: @EDSBS

33. Deadspin – Sports News Without Access, Favor, Or Discretion: @Deadspin

34. Jason McIntyre – The Big Lead Editor-in-Chief: @TheBigLead

35. John Infante – “Proprietor of the Bylaw Blog”: @John_Infante

36. Jim Young – ACCSports.com writer: @ACCSports

37. Joe Schad – ESPN college football reporter: @schadjoe

38. The UConn Blog – SBNation UConn blog: @theuconnblog

39. Jay Bilas – ESPN college basketball analyst: @JayBilas

40. College Spun – Saving the best for last: @CollegeSpun

 

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Matt is a Co-Founder at College Spun. He can be reached at matt@collegespun.com.