TCU receiver Jalen Reagor found a creative way to pass the time during another lightning delay during TCU-Kansas State.
Both teams went to the locker room early in the fourth quarter, and the freshman apparently searched for people mentioning him on Twitter. No one probably would have known, except Reagor then retweeted a slew of tweets about himself.
You can see some of the retweets below. Reagor’s Twitter name is simply “Reag.” His Twitter username is @TheJalenReagor.
It should be noted that this is totally harmless. Players often retweet things about themselves after games.
It’s not clear if the TCU coaches told players they were allowed to use their phones during the delay, but FOX Sports’ Bruce Feldman said before kickoff that players were listening to music on their phones during the first delay before the game. So players may have gotten to do the same thing during the new delay.
Reagor has had a nice game so far. He had 3 catches for a team-leading 47 yards when play was stopped.
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