Don't believe everything you read on the internet.
This is always good advice, but sometimes people get caught up and forget to take it.
Amazingly, there are still people in 2018 who get a thrill out of making fake Twitter accounts of media personalities and tweeting out false info about coaching hires, free agent signings, trades and more.
Even more amazingly, people continue to fall for this "fake news." Not just fans or casual observers who see it on their timelines either; sometimes established professionals get caught in the fray.
Take today's tweet from a fake Bruce Feldman account, saying that LSU had hired controversial former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze as an offensive analyst.
Freeze has met with Alabama's Nick Saban, and is a legitimate candidate for an unspecified staff position in Tuscaloosa. We know that already.
But Freeze to LSU? Not happening. In fact, there are doubts that SEC commissioner Greg Sankey would approve any program in his league hiring Freeze, given his history with the NCAA.
Here is the fake Feldman tweet. The person behind this account has too much time on their hands, as you can tell by the fact they copied Feldman's photo, header and Twitter bio verbatim.
This tweet has been making the rounds and has fooled a few people, including some of the college football writers in the following screenshot.
Fake Twitter accounts are unfortunately still a thing.
Keep your eyes peeled, people.