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OSU players respond to Kenny Stills’ Twitter picture

by Anthony Slater Published: July 5, 2012

Six days ago, an interesting photo of Kenny Stills surfaced, with the OU wide receiver jokingly posing in a purple dress.

Slowly, at least for this rapid-paced digital age, the innocent snapshot has been making the Internet rounds, with bloggers, fans and media members throwing in their commentary.

And finally on Thursday afternoon, it made its way north to Stillwater, with a few OSU players (LB Jeremiah Tshimanga and WR Josh Stewart) chiming in on the revealing outfit worn by their rival.

“What is Kenny Stills wearing ?… SMH, I don’t want to know why ..I guess that’s what they do at OU,” Tshimanga tweeted (and later deleted), with the picture attached.

Josh Stewart added this comment to the Tshimanga tweet.

And minutes later, presumably responding to the OSU players and a few other Internet jokes, Stills tried to set the record straight with this tweet.

In the end, it’s just some innocent trash talk common around this time of year, with summer workouts dragging on and college kids looking for things to keep themselves entertained.

Last year, the Bedlam foes were arguing about the merits of Justin Blackmon and Ryan Broyles through Twitter. This year, they are sharing opinions on wardrobe.

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by Anthony Slater
Thunder Beat Writer
Anthony Slater started on the Thunder beat in the summer of 2013, joining after two years as NewsOK.com's lead sports blogger and web editor. A native Californian, Slater attended Sonoma State for two years before transferring to Oklahoma State in...
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