It was a rough 2018 season for Arkansas football. The Razorbacks went 2-10, losing 10 games for the first time in program history, and winless in the SEC.

Razorbacks fans could probably use a few laughs. One fan provided them one Friday night.

After losing to Missouri, 38-0, to end the season, the biography for first-year head coach Chad Morris changed on Wikipedia.

It now reads: “On December 6, 2017, Morris was announced as the head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks, signing a six-year $21 million contract. Contract is five years too many as of 11/23/2018.”

Including his three years at SMU, Morris owns a 16-32 record as a head coach.

As bad as his first year was, there is one reason to be optimistic. Morris also went 2-10 in his first season at SMU, but two years later, he led the Mustangs to a 7-5 mark.

Razorbacks fans would absolutely take seven wins right now.