2014 was tough for Braxton Miller.
The injured Ohio State quarterback went from a Heisman front-runner this off-season to third on the depth chart for a Buckeye team that will play for the national championship on Jan. 12.
Miller’s future in Columbus is still unknown — there are reports that he might end up at Duke of all places — but apparently, he’s not too confident in his current team’s chances against Oregon.
Well this is awkward…. pic.twitter.com/rSh2AQNnKM
— Josie Janavicius (@josvicius) January 3, 2015
There’s only two logical explanations here:
1) This was simply a mistake. Miller has been nothing but supportive of backup QB’s J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones, and he was notably ecstatic during the Buckeyes Sugar Bowl upset on New Year’s Day.
2) He doesn’t know the entire world can view your favorited tweets.
Whatever the reasoning, this definitely isn’t a confidence booster for Ohio State.