It's well documented that Jason Dufner is a man of few words. Usually, it's his actions - like sitting on the floor or grabbing his wife's rear - that garner global attention.
On Sunday, minutes after the U.S. lost its third consecutive Ryder Cup to Europe, Dufner took to Twitter to offer who he thinks should be the 2016 U.S. captain. This was all he wrote:
@PaulAzinger #2016— Jason Dufner (@JasonDufner) September 28, 2014
Azinger captained the U.S. squad the last time they won the biennial match - in 2008 at Valhalla.
Dufner was watching the matches stateside, after having stepped away from golf in August to rehab a neck injury. Dufner played in the 2012 matches at Medinah, recording a 3-1-0 record that week.
I don't know if Azinger is the right man for the job in 2016, but I do know that Ryder Cups with Duf (and his wife, Amanda) are worth campaigning for. @JasonDufner #2016 ... and #Amanda #please
And who knows? Dufner predicted Lebron would go back to Cleveland, so maybe Azinger is a lock. If that's the case, it doesn't appear Billy Horschel would have a problem with that: