Tim Brewster followed Jimbo Fisher from Florida State to Texas A&M, and has quickly taken on the role of Jimbo’s social media attack dog.
It couldn’t be any louder or clear what’s happening in The Station‼️#JustWatch!
— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) February 5, 2018
The Station is on 🔥🔥🔥🔥‼️
— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) February 7, 2018
Whole lot of people nervous about what’s happening in CS….They should be‼️😎 #GigEm👍
— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) January 23, 2018
On Monday night, Brewster fired of this tweet, a common refrain from College Station ever since the Aggies joined the SEC half a decade ago. (Of note, Brewster once coached at Texas and his son, Nolan, signed with the Longhorns in 2008.)
— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) February 20, 2018
That message was quickly subtweeted by Texas assistant player personnel director Bryan Carrington and TCU safeties coach Paul Gonzales, which has since been deleted but was screen capped by the Dallas Morning News‘s Ben Baby.
— Bʀʏᴀɴ Cᴀʀʀɪɴɢᴛᴏɴ🤫 (@BCarringtonUT) February 20, 2018
On Tuesday morning, Oklahoma co-offensive coordinator Cale Gundy brought out the receipts on Brewster.
— Cale Gundy (@OU_CoachGundy) February 20, 2018
And if one Gundy wasn’t enough, here comes Mike….
🤫🤫🤫 … https://t.co/ll5K2t7B0T
— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) February 20, 2018
So, in the act of downplaying the Big 12 in an effort to show his SEC pride, Brewster has baited Big 12 coaches into rallying together to uniformly talk about how lame conference pride is in the first place.
It’s basically the modern version of this.
As with all things related to Texas A&M and the Big 12, the message is the same: Just shut up and kiss already.