After elaborating on his Twitter prowess, Iowa State coach Bill Fennelly discussed the biggest concern facing his Cyclones in the upcoming season.
Point guard Alison Lacey, who was recruited by Fennelly as a small forward, graduated and went on to a WNBA career this past summer.
Her departure leaves an unusual hole at the point guard position.
"It is the first time in my 16 years at Iowa State that we don't walk into practice feeling like we have a point guard that is really good," Fennelly said. "I mean, every point guard we've ever had at Iowa State has been drafted. It started with Tara Gunderson and all the way through.
"It is the first year where you don't have someone like that. We have five people we are trying. And it will be a little bit more by committee than in the past. I like the kids that we're using. Chassidy Cole has done a good job, Lauren Mansfield will probably be the two people that have the best chance."
Another option for Fennelly will be Kelsey Harris, a freshman guard from California. Fennelly said she's not a point guard by nature but thinks she can fill the role.
Oh, and regarding his profound tweets?
"It's just something I fell into," Fennelly said. "I really don't know why I started doing it. I enjoy it. I think our fans like it. I love talking about sports. I love talking about St. Louis Cardinals baseball. I love talking about anything Iowa State.
It has probably gotten me in trouble a few times by some of the comments I've made. None of them are malicious, but it is who I am and I like to be engaged with people on a daily basis. I enjoy it. My wife hates it. She thinks it is stupid."