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I Follow: Flores And Twitter

Editor’s Note: “I Follow” is all about ESPN employees on Twitter: what they Tweet, whom they follow and how you can interact socially with anyone and everyone.

SportsCenter anchor
Robert Flores

Today we highlight SportsCenter anchor Robert Flores, who offers his followers feeds on everything from his fashion opinions “to how the nightly SportsCenter telecast will be remembered in television history.”  RoFlo is a must follow for those who enjoy a slice of comedy with their “SportsCenter” and for those who aspire to have great hair. Here’s an inside look at his Twitter profile.

Twitter Handle: @RoFloSc
Followers: 9,715 *
Following: 105 *

1. Who is your favorite person to follow on Twitter?
[ESPN’s] Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) and [comedian] Daniel Tosh (@danieltosh)

2. Who is the one person you follow on Twitter whom you would want to write a SportsCenter lead-in for you?
Howard Stern (@HowardStern)

3. Who is the most exciting person who follows you on Twitter?
MC Hammer (@MCHammer)

4. What’s been your strangest exchange on Twitter (with fan or celebrity)?
I had this one person ask me why ESPN doesn’t cover college baseball. I explained to him that we carry the Super Regionals and College World Series. However that didn’t satisfy him and he sent me a couple of Tweets asking the same question. I guess he thought I programmed the network as well. I also get asked a lot of pro wrestling questions. I’m a huge fan, so I know why I get them. But, sometimes the questions make me laugh.

5. Why do you use Twitter?
I like the immediacy of it. I like the fact that I can reach viewers instantly with my thoughts and observations. It’s also great to interact with some of the fans. ESPN fans are so knowledgeable that I enjoy reading their insights about us and the sports we cover.

* Twitter numbers as of 3/28/11

Some of Flores’ Tweets: On Craig Sager’s attire On being host of a SportsCenter

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