It wasn’t a good night for Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema.

The Razorbacks were destroyed on their home field 52-20 by No. 21 Auburn. They are now 2-5 on the season and winless against the SEC.

Bielema, who has been at Arkansas since 2013, is now 10-26 in SEC play and 27-31 overall as the head coach of the Hogs.

On Saturday night, he became the first Arkansas coach to lose five conference games by at least 30 or more points, according to KTHV sports broadcaster Taylor McGregor.

Here’s what Bielema had to say after the game:

Opening statements:

“Obviously, very disappointed. Our guys had a good week of practice, I thought our guys were excited to get in the game and other than the last touchdown we gave up defensively, to come in at halftime in a battle, would have liked to score a couple of touchdowns. We did kick two field goals, 11 point game, feeling excited about coming out for the second half and hopefully getting a stop.

“After halftime, I liked the look in the guys’ eyes. They scored on that opening drive and we never responded after that. We got sloppy on defense.”

One of the Razorbacks’ best players is hurt, and will be out for a significant period of time. Bielema noted that he and the staff are still waiting on test results.

On Chase Hayden’s status:

“Unfortunately, we’ll get future results, but he’ll probably be out for a significant amount of time.”

“I don’t want to comment until I know for sure but I know it’s a lower leg injury. Haven’t confirmed anything from there.”

On the status of Austin Allen:

“Austin is getting better. He was able to go in throwing motion this week, he’s closer to being back then he ever has been. We’ll see how we cross that this week.”

As the losses mount, have you thought about your status heading into next season?

“Yeah, obviously this is uncharted waters for me. I’ve never been in a situation where we are 2-5 and disappointed where we are at. The greatest thing about coaching position is you just worry about the day in front of you. I know that’s probably not the answer you want, or the thing you want to write, but you just get in there and go to work. I know we are close. We end up getting really down on ourselves, that third quarter got ugly toward the end… I can’t worry about anything besides the day in front of me. I don’t worry about the future, I just worry about Ole Miss.”

On the offensive line issues:

“Yeah, again… numbers, I wish we had more healthy numbers. Johnny Gibson is trying to give us everything he can but he didn’t really practice during the course of the week. Colton, we had Brian Wallace in there, trying to find the five best guys last week when we moved Frank to guard really it was because BWall and Paul Ramirez would be able to play. Gotta continue to work and keep pushing ourselves, just keep bringing guys along.”