College football coaches around the country have taken all sorts of different approaches to Monday’s total solar eclipse.
Alabama’s Nick Saban didn’t seem too interested when asked about it over the weekend.
— Brooks Carter (@BrooksACarter) August 20, 2017
Neither did South Carolina’s Will Muschamp, it seemed, though he was a bit more light-hearted about the whole thing. He just didn’t know much about it.
— Mike Uva (@Mike_Uva) August 20, 2017
If he didn’t know much about it on Sunday, Muschamp let his players get a pretty good view from the top of Williams-Brice Stadium on Monday afternoon.
— Gamecock Football (@GamecockFB) August 21, 2017
Oh, and Boston College’s Steve Addazio is taking an entirely different approach.
Steve Addazio isn't here for your #SolarEclipse2017 science. "I'm gonna look at it and I'm not wearing glasses. See if I'm blind tomorrow."
— Riley Overend (@RileyHeights) August 21, 2017
Just a guy being a dude, right?
But compared to Saban, Muschamp and Addazio, Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh, Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin and Clemson’s Dabo Swinney were much more enthusiastic about the eclipse.
Harbaugh checking out the eclipse outside Michigan Stadium pic.twitter.com/nPPKwUynuh
— angelique (@chengelis) August 21, 2017
— James Harbaugh Jr. (@JamesHarbaughJr) August 21, 2017
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) August 21, 2017
— Clemson Football (@ClemsonFB) August 21, 2017
Oregon State probably had the best view of any school in the country.
— Go Beavs (@BeaverAthletics) August 21, 2017
— OregonStateFootball (@BeaverFootball) August 21, 2017
Washington’s was pretty cool, too.
— Coach Petersen (@CoachPeteUW) August 21, 2017
And Mike Leach undoubtedly is the most knowledgeable.
— Lindsay Joy (@SWXLindsayJoy) August 21, 2017
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