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Mark May's Return To Twitter Has Been Incredibly Underwhelming

ESPN college football analyst Mark May is perhaps as known for his ineptitude on social media as he is for his actual in-studio work with the network. May's Twitter account is one of the more baffling in the sport - mostly because he simply doesn't know how to use the app on his phone. Here are a few examples of what we dealt with from 2010 to 2013.

">August 30, 2012

">September 18, 2013

This week, May, after a three-year hiatus, announced his return to Twitter. But thus far, he only seems to want to retweet and reply to people who praise him. It's actually incredibly boring.

">May 12, 2016

">May 12, 2016

">May 12, 2016

">@mark_may college football final not the same without you

— halfman_hafamazn (@funkdoktor) May 12, 2016

">May 12, 2016

">May 12, 2016

">May 13, 2016

">@mark_may you're awesome Mark! Everybody enjoys watching you

— Landon Tucker (@landydandy)

you're awesome Mark! Everybody enjoys watching you

— Landon Tucker (@landydandy) May 13, 2016

">May 13, 2016

">May 13, 2016

">@mark_may . We think your the best

— Brian Adams (@Theoldness)

My wife and I love Saturday with @mark_may . We think your the best

— Old Guy (@Theoldness) May 13, 2016

">May 13, 2016

">May 13, 2016

It's as if May is making an honest attempt to reply to every tweet in a positive manner. How long can this actually last?