College of Wyoming soccer coach Craig Bohl on Friday principally used a tweet as a help-wanted advert. Place out there? Quarterback. Expertise vital.
“We consider it is a nice alternative for a switch quarterback to come back in and make an affect on our program,” Bohl wrote. “We’ve seen that earlier than once we introduced Josh Allen into our program, and we’re excited for the following chapter of Cowboy Soccer. Go Pokes!”
Bohl’s outreach displays faculty soccer’s altering occasions. He appeared to make use of just a few refined cues to sweeten the deal. He talked about “NIL” ― the brand new rule permitting athletes to revenue from their title, picture and likeness. He additionally doubled down on his point out of Allen ― Wyoming’s star soccer alum ― with an image of the participant now starring at quarterback for the NFL’s Buffalo Payments.
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