Twitter Recap: California Poison Control, Dan Marino and a Wedding Cake

Kenny Bell's fro is gone. Will it grow back in time for the start of football season? - Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Even after Memorial Day, Mr. T. stresses the importance of caring for our veterans.

Faux Pelini questions the creation of Chris Bosh.

Kenny Bell’s shaved his fro after losing a bet.

Which led to these responses from Bo Pelini and Faux Pelini?

On his way back from vacationing in Jamaica, Kenny Bell tweeted at Coach Miles.

And of course Coach gave him some helpful advice.

Ex K-State and current South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin seems a bit jealous of Tim Miles.

Tim Miles tweeted this birthday message to his assistant coach Chris Harriman.

Johnny Stanton tweeted this from the Elite 11 camps in California.

Matt Finnin reminds us that things could also be worse.

Faux Pelini tweets about Donald Sterling.

The Huskers twitter account is ready for football season.

Faux Pelini on the other hand.

Tim Miles and Faux Pelini talk about recruiting tactics.

Matt Finnin may or may not be promoting his favorite soft drink.

Arian Foster talks about college athletes and their education.


Tommy Armstrong and Jordan Westerkamp met Dan Marino while vacationing in the Bahamas. You have to wonder if Marino gave Armstrong some pointers.

Faux Pelini had an awkward conversation with California Poison Control.

Mike Moudy proposed to his girlfriend.

Faux Pelini hates his neighbor and the balk rule in baseball.

He also has not fully grasped the world of gambling.

Tommy Armstrong and Kenny Bell had a lengthy chat last night about the Chicago Blackhawks which you can check out right here.

And last but not least, Kenny Bell leaves us with some good advice.

I hope these tweets made your Monday morning better. Which tweets stuck out for you? If you missed it, here is last week's Twitter Recap. GO BIG RED!!!

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