Excellent Twitter Jabs Between Penn State and Pitt

Screen Shot 2013-12-03 at 5.56.47 PMInanimate objects have Twitter accounts. It’s the way of the world in 2013. And never mind the fact that the official accounts for the student sections at Penn State and Pitt are probably run by students eager to rip other fan bases… these jabs traded between Nittany Nation and the Oakland Zoo before the Penn State-Pitt basketball game tonight were outstanding.

H/T to (@collinmehalick)


  1. Should Penn State be bragging about their football program? I mean, they didn’t win a single game between 1998 and 2011…

  2. Tell that to Adam Taliaferro who broke his vertebrae in one of the games.

  3. Kyle, I know you’ve been hesitant to do a CB golf outing or anything, but… How do you feel about a Kensington pub crawl???? That bleeds class.

  4. Joe P, Sandusky

  5. Penn State Football will return to glory when they win their bowl game this ye….oh. Nevermind.

  6. PSU might be a bubble team this year….. If they had a true big man they would be in great shape. Was a fun game to watch. Tim Frazier plays an incredible game for being 145 pounds.

  7. I’m a small business owner constantly hiring, and Penn State grads are some of the most sheltered, spoiled, and idiotic people I’ve ever met. It’s always funny watching them try to face the real world without mommy and daddy. Nine times out of ten I end up hiring a Temple or Pitt grad over a Penn State grad.

  8. Maybe that is why you are constantly hiring. You keep making the same mistake over and over again.

    • HA! Sounds like you might need to go back to business school.

      • Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” By your initial post, you have clearly shown what category is applicable to you.

  9. Roscoe FTW

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