Arizona State Sun Devils fans are understandably upset after Saturday night's home loss to San Diego State, and many have voiced their displeasure through social media.
It looks like former ASU quarterback Jake Plummer has caught wind of those complaints. On Sunday, he told Sun Devil fans to stay positive, using ASU's underwhelming 1994 season that he was a part of as a reminder that success in college football can often be a lengthy process.
"Don't be lame, be a #truefan and remain positive if you want to help #players excel on the field," Plummer tweeted.
— Jake Plummer (@snakestakes) September 10, 2017
Plummer was a four-year starter at ASU and was the last quarterback to guide the Sun Devils to the Rose Bowl. The Devils went just 15-18 in Plummer's first three seasons before Plummer led ASU to an undefeated regular season in 1996.
ASU fell 30-20 at home to San Diego State on Saturday to fall to 1-1 on the season. The Sun Devils have lost seven of their last eight games dating back to last season.