49ers' Anthony Davis burns former coach Greg Schiano on Twitter
San Francisco right tackle Anthony Davis might be getting the last laugh on his former college coach. Davis, who signed a five-year, $37 million extension on Friday, tweeted that Greg Schiano told him that he would be a '1 contract and done kinda guy in the NFL.'
It hasn't exactly been a banner week for Rutgers athletics.
Men's basketball coach Mike Rice was fired on Wednesday, two days after a video surfaced of him physically and verbally abusing his players. Rice's termination was followed up on Friday by the resignation of Scarlet Knight athletic director Tim Pernetti.
Now former Rutgers football player Anthony Davis is taking shots at former college coach and current Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano. The 49ers right tackle signed a five-year, $37 million extension with the team on Friday and as soon as the ink was dry, Davis took to Twitter to let the world know about something Schiano presumably said in the past:
Davis' tweet didn't survive on Twitter too long though, the 49ers right tackle deleted it a few minutes after seemingly realizing that it was causing a Twitter firestorm.
Is there a rift between Schiano and Davis? Only Schiano and Davis know for sure, but this isn't the first time Davis has tweeted about his former college coach. In mid-March, Davis sent out a tweet using a few words that we're not allowed to publish here, but you can see exactly what those words are by clicking here.
Now that Davis has made it to that second contract -- one contract further than Schiano thought he would make it -- it sounds like he's ready to start spending the money:
I'm about get an entourage and start wearing shades indoors. Duhh— Bam Davis (@AnthonyDavis76) April 5, 2013
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