UT Staffer Takes Shots at Baylor and A&M

Watching the NFL draft, one can watch young men’s dreams coming true. These draftees have worked their entire lives to get to this moment, and we get to watch it live.

Die-hard NFL fans, staffer, and coaches are a little less teary-eyed, however.

The draft also offers an unparalleled venue for organizations to promote themselves. Naturally, promotion often comes in the form of taking shots at rival teams.

Today, University of Texas director of player personnel Mike Giglio did just that.

Using his Twitter account, Giglio called Baylor’s quarterback development into question after Bryce Petty fell to the fourth round, and credited UT head coach Charlie Strong with the development of Teddy Bridgewater into the 2014 NFC North Rookie of the Year.

Sounds like that’s what helped @teddyb_h2o become NFL Rookie of the Year instead of that spread QB taken before him pic.twitter.com/n1UGmGFlRb

— Mike Giglio (@MikeMGiglio) May 2, 2015

Not much teaching going on up there huh? @McShay13 said he identified fronts in HS! Come to ATX & learn to be a pro! pic.twitter.com/w7cIuiz2Dw

— Mike Giglio (@MikeMGiglio) May 2, 2015

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