Randall Cobb Blasts Kentucky Fans In A Twitter Rant

Kentucky has never been considered a football power, but quarterback/wide receiver Randall Cobb is tired of his own fans booing and disrespecting the team. The first incident where Cobb experienced some unsatisfied fans was last month when he went to the Red Lobster dressed in Kentucky gear and the hostess gave some not-so kind words of encouragement.

She asked Cobb how many games Kentucky would win before the team was horrible again. Sure that is what Kentucky football player want to hear from their own fans.

Cobb was right to think that after they upset then No. 10 South Carolina at home that the fans would be more appreciative of the team. Well, he was mistaken because Cobb relayed his frustration in a twitter rant. The tweets from Cobb's account have since been deleted, but as everyone knows once something hits the Internet, it's around forever. So, here are the tweets in which Cobb ranted against his fans.

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So, how soon will it be before coach Joker Phillips joins the ranks of other college football teams and bans the use of twitter by his players?

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