If you picked up your phone this morning to see what happened during Sunday night's presidential debate, you probably saw the usual suspects -- Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Anderson Cooper.
But there's one man from last night who probably got more attention than all of them combined: Ken Bone.
Many people are calling Bone the real winner of the debate, after he asked a question about energy policy toward the end of the event.
Maybe it's his red sweater. Maybe it's his mustache. Maybe it's his lovable charm. Whatever it is, Bone has become an instant hero and a household name.
The name is not his alone, however, as another Ken Bone may have found out. This Ken Bone was the basketball coach at Washington State from 2009-2014 and was the associate head coach at Montana from 2014-16.
His Twitter account, @Ken_Bone, received a sudden and massive boost in popularity.
Meet @Ken_Bone, associate head basketball coach at the University of Montana, who is going to wake up a lot of weird mentions tomorrow... pic.twitter.com/YPIjczELpm— Matt Mullin (@matt_mullin) October 10, 2016
Ken Bone debate winner, not to be confused with @Ken_Bone basketball coach. So many Bones.— Garin Pirnia (@gpirnia) October 10, 2016
@Ken_Bone— Daniel (@Daniel12301312) October 10, 2016
love you at the debate ken bone
@Ken_Bone Listen, coach. You've gotta start using your twitter. Your profile has never been bigger.— Garyz (@garolb) October 10, 2016
I love you @Ken_Bone— Ken Bone (@themooseman9) October 10, 2016
Montana Asst ?? Coach @Ken_Bone is about to get a LOT of Twitter followers tonight! #debate#KenBone— Pete Johnson (@Gangsta_Pete) October 10, 2016
@GipperGrove@Ken_Bone I would pay big money to see coach wear a red sweater and grow a mo for the 1st game of the season.— Chris Geschke (@cpgeschke) October 10, 2016
Bone (the coach) has yet to post any sort of response on Twitter (he hasn't posted anything in over a year), but it would probably be in his interest to say something to alert the public.
Look at it this way, though -- it never hurts to have your name out there.