A season to forget came to an end for Arkansas on Friday, with a 24-14 loss to Missouri at home. With a final record of 2-10, the Arkansas administration will be on the lookout for Chad Morris’ replacement, and interim coach Barry Lunney Jr. will have likely coached his final game for the Razorbacks.

Lunney is an Arkansas native, and played quarterback in Fayetteville in the early 90s. He has been a mainstay on the Arkansas staff since 2013, and took over for Morris for the end of this season. Lunney was unable to win a game for the Razorbacks, as Arkansas’ SEC losing streak extended to 19 games

Here is what the emotional interim coach had to say after the loss: