LOOK: Alabama fans again call for Avery Johnson to be fired after loss to Arkansas
The Alabama Crimson Tide entered Saturday’s regular-season finale at Arkansas with a chance to take a big step toward earning an NCAA Tournament berth.
Instead, they fell to the Razorbacks 82-70 and will now be the No. 10 seed in the SEC Tournament. And, they’ll probably have to win a game or two in Nashville to even get back on the bubble.
After the game, Alabama fans were understandably upset with coach Avery Johnson. As you can see below, many decided to call for Johnson to be fired after the disappointing loss:
Alabama to Avery Johnson after this game pic.twitter.com/mOHnRLwU5v
— karina (@karinasophia12) March 10, 2019
Is the FBI positive that it was Will Wade on the tapes and not Avery Johnson?
— Allen Garrett (@GAG_3) March 10, 2019
Shame on me for thinking avery Johnson could get his team up for a must win and betting on them
— garrett (@tucker_garrett1) March 10, 2019
Avery Johnson makes mike Anderson look like Greg popovich
— Morgan Holder (@gmorganholder) March 10, 2019
— Carl Williams (@CarlMWilliams) March 10, 2019
From beating @KentuckyMBB to potentially being the 10th seed in #Nashville what a embarrassment @AlabamaMBB has become #Unbuckled #AveryJohnson needs to actually try and coach pic.twitter.com/4ckgaK6sqL
— LobamaPanda88 (@LoBamaPanda88) March 10, 2019
Somebody go get Fred Hoiberg a contract.. Avery Johnson shouldn’t be allowed back in the state of Alabama
— Chandler Hawkins (@CHawk2015) March 10, 2019
The MVP for the Arkansas Razorbacks after today’s game is Coach Avery Johnson.
— Riley Fowler (@Riley_Fowler13) March 10, 2019
Alabama has quit under Avery Johnson. Embarrassing effort and display for this program. Byrne needs to work out whatever faux “retirement” package AJ wants to save face and move on to his own hire.
— Steve Holley (@steholley) March 10, 2019
FIRE AVERY JOHNSON
— Charles Newman (@ClnewmanXCV) March 10, 2019
The Tide fell to 17-14 with the loss and finished the year 8-10 in SEC play. There’s still more basketball to play, but the Tide may need some help to go to March Madness.