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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | February 13, 2016

College basketball: SEC coaches hilariously read their players' tweets

What do coaches think when they read posts by their players on social media? Well, now we have some idea, thanks to a hilarious video released by the SEC Network.

SEC men's and women's basketball coaches read a selection of tweets from their players' Twitter accounts and their reactions are priceless to say the least. Check it out:

Some obviously struggled to understand the language and use of emojis, while others decided to poke fun at their players' "deep-thoughts".

Either way, it was good effort from all the coaches.

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