A football camp put on by the University of Kansas usually doesn't generate headlines.
With one possibly serious/possibly sarcastic/possibly awesome tweet, KU coach Charlie Weis changed all of that Wednesday afternoon.
Huge turnout at Arrowhead. Much greater than expected. Boys are ready to compete. This should be fun. Rock Chalk. pic.twitter.com/k79MXEExWD
— Coach Charlie Weis (@CoachWeisKansas) June 25, 2014
We're certain it was fun. And no doubt the boys were ready to compete. But about that huge turnout at Arrowhead...
We counted 47 people in the photo. In a stadium that seats 79,451. Was it a sarcastic dig at the organizer? Perhaps the wrong pic was posted? Maybe Charlie's cropping skills aren't in in-season form? Maybe this really was a big crowd for a typical Kansas football camp?
So many unanswered questions.
@CoachWeisKansas I'm interested in seeing what the expectations were..
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