Minnesota football players have dominated all media outlets to try and prove their point.

After a players-only meeting and a public statement, Minnesota’s football boycott trickled over to social media. The boycott, stemming from the suspension of 10 players, is against all football-related activities including the Holiday Bowl until those suspensions are lifted.

Several Gophers took to Twitter to express their anger with 10 teammates being suspended from football activities for the remainder of the year. Most used the hashtag #WeHadEnough.

Players weren’t the only ones that hopped on Twitter.

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Head coach Tracy Claeys and defensive coordinator Jay Sawvel were also vocal on social media on Thursday, saying they were proud of their players for making this decision and standing up to the decision of Mark Coyle and Eric Kaler:

Originally, it was expressed that the suspension of the players was based on an agreement between Athletic Director Mark Coyle and Claeys.

It doesn’t appear as if that is true, based on Claeys’ comments.