There’s a lot of thanking God during college football signing announcements, but very rarely do we see pastors getting involved…until now, at least.
One of the biggest storylines of today’s college football signing news is 5-star safety Daxton Hill’s decision to flip from Alabama to Michigan, after previously having flipped in the opposite direction. While this brought joy to Wolverines fans, it also angered many Crimson Tide supporters…including one so-called pastor.
Michigan Director of Recruiting Matt Dudek shared a Tweet by a guy named Tim Coleman directed at Hill, criticizing him for going to Michigan:
Turns out, Coleman is a pastor. According to his Twitter bio, he lists himself as “
You’d think a man of god wouldn’t spend his time tweeting criticisms of 18-year-old kids on social media, but evidently that’s not the case when it comes to Point Baptist church in Pensacola, Florida.
As far as Tweets go, it’s relatively inoffensive, but still–come on, Pastor Tim. Use your time better.