Purdue quarterback Rob Henry took a blowout loss to Cincinnati hard today. He apologized to Purdue fans on Twitter after throwing two interceptions, fumbling once and losing 42-7.
Henry scored in the second quarter on a 7-yard touchdown run for the only points of the day for the Boilermakers.
I apologize to all my family, teammates, friends and fans. My performance today was unacceptable. Never played that bad in my life
— Rob Henry (@RobHenry15) August 31, 2013
Henry has played plenty of football as a starter and backup during his previous four years. He was the starter for part of the 2010 season and voted a co-captain before a season-ending injury in 2011. Given his experience, it's not over the top for him to call his first outing of 2013 'unacceptable.'
The good news for Henry is the Boilermakers host Indiana State in Week 2. The Sycamores allowed 73 points in their season opener against Indiana this week.