The Chad Morris era may be drawing to an end in Fayetteville after Arkansas’s performance against Western Kentucky on Saturday afternoon.

The Hilltoppers came in with former Arkansas QB Ty Storey as their starter and absolutely dominated from whistle to whistle for the 45-19 victory.

After the game, Morris expressed his frustration with his team’s performance. Here’s what he said in his postgame press conference.

On the future of the program:

“It’s going to take some time,” he said. “It’s not an overnight fix. We’re all frustrated. We’re all incredibly frustrated. We have a big youth movement on this team and a lot of young guys who are contributing. They’re going to be tremendous football players. But where we are right now with these guys, we have some major deficiencies that we have to fix and we have to fill. This is not an overnight fix.”

On if he’s had a conversation with AD Hunter Yurachek:

“We talk each and every Sunday and go through the program in depth each week and go through the game,” he said. “I’ll continue to do that.”

On whether he’s the guy for the job:

“I am the guy,” he said. “There’s no question. I knew this was going to take some time. I knew this was going to be a process of recruiting and developing and building, especially in this conference.”

We’ll see if the Arkansas administration agrees.