Being an SEC quarterback when things aren’t going well gets tough. For the latest example, just ask former Auburn QB Jeremy Johnson.
Johnson said he used to “get miserable” during his rocky year at the helm of the Auburn offense, part of an interview with Montgomery TV station WSFA.
Projected as the successor to Nick Marshall, Johnson struggled after getting the starting job in 2015 and eventually lost the position to Sean White. Those days of handling the pressure, Johnson said, took their toll.
“There were days I was just in my room just thinking to myself like what am I gonna do now?