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42 College Football Twitter Accounts You Must Follow In 2011

It was an exhaustive process tracking down the 42 most important college football Twitter accounts of 2011, but that’s what interns are for. Kevin The Intern’s Associate Intern, Garrett, was tasked with researching and tracking down the most influential, creative and must-reads that’ll get us through college football ’11. If you are on this list, congrats. It also means Busted Coverage will have at least 6-7 pairs of eyes on you at all times. Make us proud, boys.

Garrett reports: “Check out Kenny Stills. Dude updates all the time and seems to always have cool photos.”

Diamond-In-The-Rough Award: Barrett Trotter. Keep an eye on this kid for tweets such as, “Just ate two peaches and an orange, now back to watching prison break.”

1. Landry Jones, Oklahoma QB

2. Kenny Stills, Oklahoma WR

3. Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma WR

4. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma RB

5. Trent Richardson, Alabama RB

6. Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M WR

7. Nigel Bradham, Florida State LB

8. Michael Dyer, Auburn RB

9. Neiko Thorpe, Auburn CB

10. Edwin Baker, Michigan State RB

11. Tank Carder, TCU LB

12. Nick Toon, Wisconsin WR

13. Knile Davis, Arkansas RB

14. Jerry Franklin, Arkansas LB

15. Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina CB

16. Jared Crick, Nebraska DT

17. John Brantley, Florida QB

18. Janoris Jenkins, Florida CB

19. Brandon Weeden, OK State QB

20. Kenny Tate, Maryland FS

21. Orson Charles, Georgia TE

22. Blair Walsh, K Georgia

23. Geno Smith, West Virginia QB

24. Roy Roundtree, Michigan WR

25. Robert Sands, West Virginia CB

26. Jonathan Newsome, Ohio State LB

27. Tino Sunseri, Pittsburgh QB

28. Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh DE

29. Nick Harwell, Miami (Ohio) WR

30. TJ McDonald, USC FS

31. Zach Line, SMU RB

32. Cole Beasley, SMU WR

33. Jeremy Ebert, Northwestern WR

34. Robert Griffin, Baylor QB

35. Ronnie Weaver, UCF RB

36. Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska CB

37. Greg Childs, Arkansas WR

38. Barrett Trotter, Auburn QB

39. Jacory Harris, Miami QB

40. Jeff Demps, Florida RB

41. Brandon Kinnie, Nebraska WR

42. Jerel Worthy, Michigan St. DL

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