The retroactive stuff is going to be really hard to do. This is going to be about moving forward and what schools are going to do now as the NCAA decides how they’re going to investigate.
Phil Mickelson returned to Twitter, and is often the case, playing around on Twitter came with some overreactions and angry mob attacks.
Especially if you “like” a Tweet from OutKick founder Clay Travis.
But that’s precisely what Mickelson did, and it predictably resulted in an endless amount of flak. Mickelson returned to the platform during a time that features some heated debate over a new Saudi-sponsored golf league. So the response received wasn’t exactly a surprise.
This marked a return to Twitter after Mickelson made some comments on the LIV Golf Invitational series. Those comments were deemed controversial, and Mickelson immediately decided to take some time away.
He first liked a tweet that responded to Travis, who called out those who are blasting the Saudi golf league, yet remain silent on the NBA’s decision to hold preseason games in United Arab Emirates.“The NBA, which pulled its All Star Game out of Charlotte over a transgender bathroom bill, is playing games next year in the United Arab Emirates where […]
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