The father of an Arkansas offensive lineman has expressed his opinion about the ongoing struggles of the Razorbacks’ offense.

Randy Rogers, in a tweet, spoke to the frustrations of many Razorback fans as Arkansas is coming off a 48-22 loss at South Carolina when Arkansas had a season-low 106 yards rushing and a touchdown on 32 carries. He is the father of Zach Rogers, who is a guard. The Razorbacks are in the middle of the pack in the SEC as they average 185 rushing yards per game.

Those numbers came after Arkansas shuffled its offensive line for the South Carolina game, 247 Sports reported.

Paul Ramirez got his first career start at right tackle as Johnny Gibson was moved from right tackle to right guard. Ty Clary, who was the starter at right guard, was moved to the second unit.

Arkansas plays at Alabama on Saturday.