Former Clemson QB Kelly Bryant narrowed his list of potential transfer destinations to five schools — Missouri, Auburn, Mississippi State, Arkansas and North Carolina.

On Tuesday, he officially decided that he’d be attending Mizzou in 2019, taking over for the outgoing Drew Lock.

That decision naturally upset the other four fanbases, particularly Auburn and Arkansas, both of whom thought they had a good chance to land the dual-threat quarterback.

Some of the reactions on Twitter were too vulgar to publish, but here’s a look at some of the negativity coming out of Arkansas and Auburn supporters:

We’ll see where those two schools turn for quarterbacks next season, but Bryant is officially a Missouri Tiger.