Arkansas fans call for Chad Morris to be fired... at halftime
It seems the Chad Morris era at Arkansas might be coming to an end on Saturday.
The Razorbacks are trailing former Arkansas QB Ty Storey and the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 28-7 at halftime and have looked absolutely awful.
Fans have been calling for Morris to be fired for weeks now, but on Saturday, fans were so fed up that many didn’t even want to see him come out of the tunnel for the second half.
As you can see below, there’s a lot of anger and frustration in Fayetteville these days, and for good reason:
they might fire Chad Morris as a part of the halftime show
— §ñåvê†rêßðr (@snavetrebor) November 9, 2019
— AikenSCGamecock (@aiken_gamecock) November 9, 2019
Chad Morris about to be fired at halftime
— Drew Abell (@Rebelfan_20) November 9, 2019
Chad Morris should be fired at halftime. This is an embarrassment. Western Kentucky has no respect for us.
— Wes Bland (@Wab429) November 9, 2019
Chad Morris being fired after this game will be the best thing that’s happened to the program all year.
— Alie Davila (@AlieDavila) November 9, 2019
I've gave Chad Morris the benefit of the doubt. This guy doesnt know his head from his ass though. #WPS
— Dillion Head (@Dilio55) November 9, 2019
Chad Morris about to be added to the fired second-year HC pile.
TOPS embarrassing Arkansas in Fayetteville.
— Jordan Wells (@JordanWells33) November 9, 2019
Lmao!!! Fire him at halftime. If Chad Morris even shows up to the post game press conference I'M DONE until he's gone!!! #FireChadMorris
— Eric Mullins (@eric_mullins) November 9, 2019
Fire Chad Morris at halftime!!!!!! My granny is available and could do much better! What a joke…..I mean really, this is Western Kentucky for crying out loud! WTF!
— Joseph McMennis (@JMcmennis) November 9, 2019
Ty Storey is getting Chad Morris fired #WKUvsARK
— My Name is (Insert Here) and I HATE Your Team (@JEMicklos) November 9, 2019
— Dan Schwieder (@DanSchwieder) November 9, 2019
How will the second half go? If it doesn’t go much better, it could indeed be the final game for Morris at Arkansas.