No need for Twitter, get football play-by-play, scores here

spedersen@ledger-enquirer.comAugust 29, 2013 

Like the headline says, you don't need Twitter to keep up with high school and college football commentary and scores from around the Chattahoochee Valley and Southeast. We'll bring Twitter to you.

Forget the hassle of registering, picking a login and yet another password, and come to ledger-enquirer.com for every high school football and college football game this fall. Beginning Thursday night, we'll have one story that will showcase our Cover-It Live software. What you'll find is a comprehensive timeline of tweets from the L-E's Twitter accounts, and the tweets from college beat writers across the nation, ESPN, College GameDay and many more.

Friday nights, and the occasional Thursday and Saturday when high schools play, will be dedicated to high school football coverage. Join us for an interactive experience that would take hours for you to set up on Twitter. We've already done it for you. College football Saturdays in the South are unlike any other and you can join the experience by following our timeline at ledger-enquirer.com all day.

Don't see a Twitter account you'd like added to the timeline? Shoot me an email at spedersen@ledger-enquirer.com. Have any suggestions to make the experience better? I'll take those as well.

And good luck to all of our teams. May you have a successful and safe season!

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