It appears Hunter Yurachek had the same reaction as many Arkansas fans following the Razorbacks’ home loss to San Jose State.

He wasn’t very happy and he is letting Razorback Nation know it.

During a Monday appearance on 103.7 FM The Buzz out of Little Rock, the Arkansas AD was asked to share his thoughts on Arkansas losing to San Jose State 31-24. A loss that’s even worse when you consider San Jose State was 1-11 last season and had not beaten a Power 5 opponent since 2006.

“I was disappointed,” Yurachek said on the show. “I think Coach Morris opened his press conference with that, with the thought after the Colorado State game, and the way that fourth quarter played out, that we had found a way to flip what we had been going through the last couple of years as a football program. So it was disappointing to see how we came out and played on Saturday.”

While he credited San Jose State for playing a great game on Saturday, the Arkansas AD said there’s no excuse for the Razorbacks to drop a game like this one to a struggling Mountain West opponent.

“They shouldn’t come into Fayetteville and beat the Arkansas Razorbacks in their home football stadium,” he continued. “It was a disappointing loss, disappointing performance from our coaching staff, to our players on down — everyone associated with our program. Coach Morris has taken ownership of that, for sure. He did that right after the game.”

Yuracheck went on to suggest that the team wasn’t ready to play and it caught up with them on Saturday.

“Saturday was disappointing. We are a better football team than we played on Saturday… We are not a good enough program to not play our best game in and game out and expect we are going to win the game. That’s not where our football program is right now. We have got to show up and we’ve got to give our best effort week in and week out if we are going to have a chance to win the game.”

The question now is whether this outcome will result in a refocused Arkansas team as they head back into SEC play or if they will respond by falling apart as they did last season after being upset by Colorado State and North Texas. If that happens for the second consecutive season, Yuracheck may have to seriously evaluate Morris’ future in Fayetteville to avoid similar results in 2020.

You can listen to Yurachek’s entire interview with 103.7 FM The Buzz here.