In the era of Twitter and Facebook, being the big man on campus no longer means being the life of the party: The idea of a quaint campus life for star college quarterbacks like Florida’s Tim Tebow, Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford, and Texas’ Colt McCoy has all but disappeared, killed off by a combination of cloying fans and new technology, reports the New York Times. Athletic departments now monitor social-networking web sites, and cell phones are collected at the door of college parties to try to keep embarrassing or illegal moments off the internet. “The latest stuff with the cell phones...

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