Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema was thrilled over his team’s 34-30 victory over Ole Miss this past weekend.

However, there was a bit of controversy as it pertains to the officiating from the contest.

Razorbacks’ safety De’Andre Coley was tossed from the game due to a targeting call on an Ole Miss wide receiver. Bielema had no issue with the ruling from the official.

However, it did irk the head coach (as he told WholeHogSports) when an Ole Miss player was not tossed for a vicious take down of QB Austin Allen:

“That was a pretty flagrant hit. You’d almost wish all those things would get grouped together. When someone’s safety is at risk, I would rather be heavy than light.”

While Allen’s hit isn’t the traditional “targeting call” that we’ve come accustomed to seeing, his head was jerked back rather violently. An injury certainly could have come from the play.