Yes, there have been a few moments of harmony during Bret Bielema’s coaching tenure at Arkansas.

Fans have been caught in a rut lately with some abysmal play this season. It was time to bring back some fond memories during the Bielema era for the fans’ sake.

It would have been easy to pick out the last play of every big win since 2013. I tried to be a little more creative and select the best plays, regardless of whether Arkansas won. There really weren’t a lot of great plays in the LSU-Arkansas game back in 2014 and that’s why it didn’t make the list.

Here are the 10 best plays under Bielema.

10. Sam Irwin-Hill touchdown vs. Texas A&M (2014)

There have been some great plays in the Texas A&M series, though Arkansas has lost every meeting since Bielema took over. Calling a fake punt with less than a minute to go in the first half on fourth and 10 has been one of the gutsiest calls in the Bielema era. It was executed perfectly.

9. Sebastian Tretola touchdown pass vs. UAB (2014)

Not a lot of significance, but a whole lot of fun. It’s not often that you see an offensive lineman chuck a pass for a touchdown. It was odd that Bielema used this play against a lesser opponent. Still, there’s nothing better than a fat guy touchdown.

8. Deatrich Wise sacks Johnny Manziel vs. A&M (2013)

Sacking “Johnny Football” is something Wise is going to remember for quite a while. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium exploded when Manziel was brought down in the backfield. The celebration dance that ensued only enhanced a great memory which Arkansas fans should enjoy seeing again.

7. Brandon Allen touchdown vs. Auburn (2015)

This is the game that many people point to as Allen’s coming out party, as he finally came up clutch. tossing a dart to Drew Morgan in overtime on fourth and 3. Three overtimes later, the Razorbacks beat the Tigers. Arkansas fans relish it anytime their team defeats Gus Malzahn.

6. Jared Cornelius touchdown vs. LSU (2015)

LSU started to gain momentum in the second half, but Cornelius squashed the Tigers’ progress with a dynamite 69-yard run in the fourth quarter. It’s always fun for Arkansas to escape “Death Valley” with a win at night. Cornelius’ run helped the Razorbacks achieve that.

5. Rohan Gaines touchdown vs. Ole Miss (2014)

The previous week, Arkansas shut out LSU 17-0. Then, the Razorbacks defense followed up that performance with a shellacking of Ole Miss. Rebels quarterback Bo Wallace had a number of questionable throws including this one, when Gaines took full advantage in a 30-0 victory. It was one of the highest points of the 2014 season for Arkansas.

4. Santos Ramirez forced fumble vs. Ole Miss (2016)

Chad Kelly had his way with Arkansas most of the night, but was met with fierce opposition in Ole Miss’ final possession. Ramirez made a few plays that night, but none bigger than forcing Kelly to cough up the football. ESPN broadcaster Joe Tessitore’s call is worth the re-watch.

3. A.J. Derby touchdown vs. Alabama (2014)

Allen hit him in stride and Derby eluded two Crimson Tide defenders on his way to a 54-yard touchdown. It was one of the few offensive plays Arkansas could hang its hat on that night. His score late in the third quarter gave Razorbacks fans belief the losing streak versus Alabama would finally end. It didn’t.

2. Dan Skipper blocks field goal vs. TCU (2016)

Similar to the Texas A&M games, Arkansas gave up a lead in the fourth quarter and looked poised to lose. Instead, Skipper crashed the Horned Frogs party with a monstrous block that changed the course of the matchup. The former offensive lineman gets hounded by Arkansas fans for his mistakes against the Aggies in years past, but he was the hero that night.

1. “Swine Intervention” vs. Ole Miss (2015)

All seemed lost until Hunter Henry lateraled a ball back to Alex Collins and the running back somehow got a first down. Ole Miss fans still complain about this play to this day. The loss kept the Rebels out of the SEC Championship Game that year, giving Razorbacks fans another reason to hold it in such high regard.