This week’s best in #SMsports

Each week in INFLCR’s #SMSports newsletter, we call out some of the highlights of social media in sports. Want to nominate something to be showcased? Email tim@ ….

Here are five items that caught our attention this past week:

Louisville Cardinals: With a tribute to Louisville native Muhammad Ali, Louisville Basketball delivered a knockout hype video for a big rematch with North Carolina.

Stanford Cardinal: Stanford Football celebrated its six NFL Pro Bowl selections with this quick video:

Baylor Bears: Baylor’s animated graphic to announce the date for its spring football game was interesting.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: Georgia Tech unveiled all kinds of slick new content as new football coach Geoff Collins takes over. Amid all the goodness was this sharp look at offseason workouts:

UAB Blazers: INFLCR Client UAB Basketball does a great job with its Instagram stories. Mixing photos, behind-the-scenes looks at players and coaches and highlights, the UAB creative team made fans feel like they were along for a ride during a recent road trip to Texas.


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