Oklahoma Receiver Dejuan Miller's Dad Probably Regrets Opening A Twitter Account

Had a bit of meltdown publicly last night, which actually serves no good purpose. It was poor taste.
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That’s all that remains of what was evidently quite a rant by Jeremy Miller, Dejaun Miller’s father, after last night’s Insight Bowl. Oklahoma lost two of their top three receivers, then briefly lost two more, but that did not result in opportunities for Miller; the senior was glued to the bench instead. Having watched his son’s final game go by with little opportunity, the elder Miller took to Twitter.

The evidence has been deleted, but they include the following posts:

@CoachJayNorvell go ahead and play kids that disrespect u and fail drug tests instead of working hard. They deserve it.

(Coach Jay Norvell is Oklahoma’s receivers coach and offensive co-coordinator.)

@DorialGB5 and @5Live_DaShowOut good luck with that flakey ass coach at OU. @CoachJayNorvell can’t be trusted.

(That’s directed at Dorial “No. 1 recruit in the country” Green-Beckham, who lists OU as a finalist, and Durron Neal, a four-star OU commit with a horribly clunky Twitter handle.)

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