Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones was, like all Buckeyes fans, upset that Tyler Durbin couldn’t convert a couple early field goals. Durbin missed two 47-yard field goals in the first quarter, costing his team six points in a game Clemson was winning, 10-0, after one quarter.

Jones took his frustrations out in a Twitter post, calling out the kicker after his first miss.

Jones wasn’t finished there, threatening to turn the game off if the Buckeyes didn’t come away with points on their next drive, which was the second miss by Durbin.

He didn’t turn the game off, because Jones kept on tweeting.

Hopefully for Jones, who’s now a member of the Buffalo Bills, and Ohio State fans everywhere, Durbin can bounce back from what is clearly a mental problem right now. He pushed his first one to the right and then overcompensated with a shank to the left on his second miss.

We also hope Durbin can fix what’s wrong, for his sake. A senior, he’ll have no more chances to redeem himself at Ohio State if he continues to struggle in this game.