Texas A&M football: Aggies engage in bizarre Twitter exchange during NFL Playoffs

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I have no idea what to make of this bizarre Twitter exchange between now-former Texas A&M football players Otaro Alaka, Daylon Mack, and Jordan Moore

If you’re like me and have no life, you were probably scrolling through Twitter for the entirety of the NFC and AFC Championship games while scarfing down unhealthy snacks even though lasagna was on the menu for the evening. Oh, that’s just me? Well, anyways, you may have otherwise missed this delightful Twitter exchange between some Texas A&M football players.

You could call them all former Aggies, as Otaro Alaka and Daylon Mack are both likely headed to the NFL after graduating, and Jordan Moore transferred to Houston last night. That latter bit of news is what kicked things off. Moore made the harmless tweet he would be announcing his transfer decision at 8 pm last night, and Alaka had some fun with him.


It then led to a very awkward exchange which I have no idea what to make of.






It’s difficult to tell if Moore holds some serious negative feelings toward Alaka or if they were just two ex-teammates giving each other crap. Making things even more weird was when Daylon Mack chimed in.


One could make the assumption Alaka isn’t too thrilled with Moore’s decision to transfer. Or, again, he could just having some fun with a former teammate. Your guess is as good as mine.

To make things even weirder, Mack called out Trayveon Williams for his post about Josh Reynolds making it to Super Bowl LIII, which brought Tyrel Dodson into the fun.


Considering yesterday was the first time in NFL history two playoff games went to overtime on the same day, you can hardly chalk this up to boredom. If it was a plan to get noticed on one of the highest-active user days for Twitter, well done, gentlemen. Though I’d still wager most of the attention was on the two riveting NFL games.

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Here’s to hoping Dodson, Mack and Alaka can have these kinds of exchanges as NFL players.

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