Shane Beamer posts Chick Wire A Halloween costume on Twitter

Shane Beamer gets into the spirit of Halloween.

South Carolina Head Football Coach tweeted a photo of himself on Halloween Sunday morning disguised as a Chick-fil-A employee. Beamer tagged the company’s Twitter account, which appears to be dormant on Sunday. The Atlanta-based fast food chain is known to be closed every Sunday.

Beamer praised SEC network presenter Peter Burns in his Halloween tweet. Burns created a ranking list for Halloween on Friday on his radio and television show “SEC This Morning.”

“@ChickfilA Trying to increase your Halloween power rank @PeterBurnsESPN !! #HappyHalloween #MyPleasure,” Beamer tweeted, shrugging and hanging 10 emojis.

Beamer’s costume included a black Chick-fil-A hat, a red and white striped shirt, and a personalized name tag that read “Coach Beamer.”

The tweet about Beamer’s costume was a response to a September viral post in which a Twitter user guessed what every SEC head coach would do for a living if they didn’t train. This tweet predicted that Beamer, known for his upbeat demeanor, would be a Chick-fil-A franchisee.

In September, a Twitter user posted: “Chick-fil-A Director here who can confirm Coach (Beamer) has the makings of a CFA operator.”

“Yes !! I really hope this head coach thing works, but it’s good to know I have a potential fallback option !!” Beamer retweeted with a laughing emoji.

The Beamer Gamecocks (4-4, 1-4 SEC) return from their open house week to welcome Florida to Williams-Brice Stadium this Saturday. South Carolina faces the Gators at 7:30 p.m. on SEC Network.

Augusta Stone covers women’s basketball, football and other college sports from the South Carolina Gamecocks for the State. Winner of the Green Eyeshade Award from the Society of Professional Journalists, Stone’s work has been featured in Sports Illustrated, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and The Charlotte Observer. Stone graduated in journalism from the University of Georgia.

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