It's on Facebook. And again, it isn't true. Tom Brady has not taken a job at Texas Tech as offensive coordinator. And just like the recent Matt Damon moving to Lubbock story, it's called "spoofing" and it happens all over the place.

According to Wikipedia: "In the context of network security, a spoofing attack is a situation in which one person or program successfully masquerades as another by falsifying data, thereby gaining an illegitimate advantage."

Spoofing is actually quite convincing. One website pulls actual stories and details from another website so it looks legit. But it has fake links and false stories. This is a perfect example.

If you want to see the story, here it is, but you really don't need to waste your time.

And if you needed any more proof: Texas Tech already has an offensive coordinator. His name is Eric Morris.

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