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Arizona State Intramurals Perfectly Live-Tweeted A Greek League Basketball Game

As someone who did not attend Arizona State University, I had never seen anything from Arizona State Intramurals or their @ASU_Intramurals Twitter account before today. Thankfully, somebody sent it in through our tip line (tips@totalfratmove.com) so I could gaze upon its splendor.

I instantly fell in love with ASU Intramurals for two reasons.

1. They not only allowed a team to compete under a name that’s clearly a thinly-veiled butt stuff reference, but they named that team the “team of the week.”


Some schools make it so that you need to sneak your butt stuff reference into your team name, but not ASU. It doesn’t get any more obvious than #BStuff. They knew what was up.

2. They recently live-tweeted a Greek league basketball game between Kappa Sigma and FIJI, and you need to check it out.

I’m not sure what the final score ended up being, but I assume it’s something even more embarrassing than the halftime score.

It’s no secret that I love a good live tweet, and ASU Intramurals know what they’re doing. I don’t think I’m alone in thinking that they need to do this for every Greek game ever. Maybe add in some Pepper Brooks and Cotton McKnight-style commentators next time, though. Really take this thing into the stratosphere. Just a thought.

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Jared Borislow

Jared Borislow (né The DeVry Guy) is a Senior Writer for Grandex Inc and a 2015 graduate of the University of Wisconsin.

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