So after the whole fiasco with Tate's facebook status and whether or not he was starting, I became interested in facebooking some current players. I just thought it would be interesting to see what they put for their status (as Tate proved) and other such things. In no way did I think this made me their friend or anything.
Which brings me to my point. What is the etiquette on writing on the walls of players you don't know and never will? The reason I ask is every player that confirmed me as a friend, I went and looked at their profiles, and this middle aged man writes on all of their walls all the time. I personally felt that crossed a bit of a line. I realize they add you as their friend and they control that, but I just think there should be some kind of limit at least against people out of college. If you go to UofM currently, you at least hypothetically could meet them or be their friend, but I don't think Tate or Denard or anyone else is interested in befriending middle aged men. In fact, they may think it creepy that they are on facebook at all. (I'm out of college but was in college when facebook started).
I was just curious what the community thinks of adding players as facebook friends period (which I have done) and writing on their walls as if they know you when they don't (which I haven't done).