Malik Hornsby fueled plenty of speculation around Arkansas after the backup QB appeared to delete all the Arkansas references on his Instagram profile.

Hornsby’s reported moves came after Sam Pittman announced after the loss to Alabama on Saturday that Hornsby was not the No. 2 quarterback behind KJ Jefferson, but it was Cade Fortin. Hornsby has appeared in 3 games this season, and has 3 carries for 21 yards. Last year, Hornsby appeared in 7 games.

In fall camp, Pittman mentioned that Arkansas structured its practices to get Hornsby on the field.

“I’ve told him that we need him on the field,” Pittman said, per Razorbacks Wire. “He has to earn the right to get on the field, but we need him on the field. We’ve got a plan for it. I hope it works and I feel like it will.”