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First, Coach Sark set up a Twitter page , then Dubs the Mascot got his own blog . Now Jon Brockman is tweeting , saying

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More Dawgs on The Web, Starring Venoy Overton's Grill

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First, Coach Sark set up a Twitter page, then Dubs the Mascot got his own blog. Now Jon Brockman is tweeting, saying his goal is to get more followers than Sark. Brockman has also apparently maxed out on the site's 5,000 friend limit, and last week's Fox Sports broadcast of the UW/UCLA game actually quoted his wall posts at length. Oddly, despite his large number of friends and TV-friendly Facebook action, his profile is set to private.

One person whose profile isn't private is defensive ace Venoy Overton, who lists his religion as "money maker." We doubted the authenticity of the page until we looked at the profile pics and found numerous self-portraits, including the grill shot above.

Finally, could this be Nate Robinson's Twitter feed? (We put in a call with the Knicks to find out.) Again, it seems unlikely, though if any NBA player is going to write 86 tweets in one day, it's Nate.

 
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