Twitter reacts to Arkansas' monumental collapse in Belk Bowl
Arkansas’ second-half collapse versus Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl had many on social media going crazy — especially those in Fayetteville.
The pressure is certainly mounting on head coach Bret Bielema — from both the media and the fan base. It will be fascinating to see what ultimately happens in regards to the future of this program.
Here’s what some on Twitter had to say about the embarrassing loss:
I don’t know how Arkansas brings Bret Bielema back to coach next year after this meltdown. Seriously. It’s that bad.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) December 30, 2016
Maybe Bret Bielema will finally accept that just having your guys eat ribs at halftime, though delicious, is not beneficial to performance.
— Bill Connelly (@SBN_BillC) December 30, 2016
@CharlieWisco @BretBielema #Karma #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/PGQHbECnCi
— Jordan Steward (@JordanSteward6) December 30, 2016
SEC Network basketball commentator Jon Sundvold: “I went back to get a snack at halftime. I had no idea Bielema had so many first names.”
— Razorbacks Blog (@RazorBloggers) December 30, 2016
@ClayTravis I've always liked Bielema, but……. pic.twitter.com/FkoJgKRwPm
— Charlie チャーリー (@gamedevcharlie) December 30, 2016
"Our plan is to win an SEC Championship" Bret Bielema said that 5 YEARS AGO!!! When is that gonna happen???
— DeLo 18 (@LandenPlywood) December 30, 2016
I said it after the Missouri game and I'll say it again tonight. Time for Bielema to go. Stop settling for mediocracy @RazorbackFB
— Cole Ludolph (@Cole_Ludolph) December 30, 2016
Came in with Bret Bielema….. came out at half like we had John L smith…. good lord #smh
— Logan Mcconnell (@LoganMcconnel16) December 30, 2016
Somebody told Bielema that football was like a chess match, so he let the Chess Team play the second half of the #BelkBowl.
— Phillip Jones (@pjones_om) December 30, 2016
@RazNation again no discipline because the coach is to busy being a celebrity @jimharris360 #bielema #BelkBowl
— Rick Decker (@1750agreed) December 30, 2016