Arkansas lost a heartbreaker to Texas A&M on Saturday night at AT&T Stadium on Arlington, Texas, 23-21.

The Razorbacks had a chance to take the lead with 1:30 to play in the game but Cam Little’s 42-yard field goal attempt hit the top of the right upright and dropped harmlessly into the end zone.

From there, the Aggies were able to run out the clock and secure the victory.

After the game, Arkansas coach Sam Pittman spoke with his team and made it clear to his players that there’s plenty of football still to be played.

“I know you’re down,” Pittman said. “… That was a good football team with Arkansas out there on the front of their jersey. That was a good football team. A&M was just a little bit better than us tonight. That’s it.”

Added Pittman: “Look. We’re in game four. We got eight more regular season games left. That’s what we got. All I know what to do is go back to work.”

And getting back to work will be a must for Arkansas, which plays host to No. 2 Alabama on Saturday.

The matchup between the Razorbacks and Crimson Tide is set for a 3:30 p.m. (ET) kick off and will be televised by CBS.