Sam Pittman’s return to Sanford Stadium didn’t go as he or Arkansas had hoped. The Razorbacks head coach, who is a former Georgia assistant, was on the wrong end of a 37-0 game on Saturday that the Bulldogs dominated from the start.

It put a halt to Arkansas’ hot start, as it had won each of its first 4 games to climb to No. 8 in the AP Top 25 poll. However, it ran into a team that is among the top favorites to win the national championship.

“Georgia was a hell of a lot better than us today,” Pittman said during his postgame press conference.

Here’s more of what Pittman told the media following Saturday’s game: