Arkansas fans eager to call out Chad Morris following poor start against Auburn
If you missed the first half of the Arkansas-Auburn game, you have missed some ugly football by the Razorbacks.
The team’s first possession of the game resulted in a strip sack that Auburn quickly turned into a touchdown. Following a three-and-out on the next possession, Auburn scored another quick touchdown to go up 14-0. The Tigers lead at halftime 17-0 and get the football to start the second half.
Chad Morris’ offense has only 93 total yards of offense in the game.
The “highlight” of the first half for the Razorbacks on Saturday was this fake punt that would have been good for about a minus five-yards when Arkansas needed 11 yards. Instead of the loss, the pass was intercepted by Auburn.
— Matt Burns (@Burnsy381) October 19, 2019
The reactions have been about as unkind as you would expect:
Chad Morris is calling plays from a Waffle House menu.
Prove me wrong.
— The Arkansas Logo (@Arkansas_Logo) October 19, 2019
Kelly Bryant got Missouri about to be 5-1… Chad Morris old team SMU 6-0 and ranked in the top 25……………. pic.twitter.com/NoqyKf3aen
— Put a Baby in her 2020 (@ImmaNupeBih) October 13, 2019
If Chad Morris’ fate wasn’t already decided, I think that fake punt sealed the deal
— Nick Stephenson (@NicholasStep123) October 19, 2019
I’ve helped y’all beat around the bush too much. Chad Morris is not nor will he ever be a good coach. I don’t care about his recruits. As long as he’s your guy, they will not succeed.
— Jared Owens (@jaredowens_11) October 19, 2019
— Jessie L Terry (@JessieLTerry) October 19, 2019
@UArkansas fire chad morris immediately following this game thanks
— creed (@creedeavarello) October 19, 2019
I feel like chad morris owed Dmac an apology for running that dumb ass play
— 🇺🇸 Spydermite 🇺🇸 (@Spydermite1836) October 19, 2019
Chad morris is a joke.
— theinfamoushog (@theinfamoushog) October 19, 2019
Who did it better? Chad Morris, or these guys? pic.twitter.com/2dbawo7LOM
— Bill Palmer (@BillPalmer23) October 19, 2019