No word, but after press conference following Saturday's blowout it looks for all the world that any talk of firing Chad Morris is just guessing at this point.
Despite what a lot of folks think, Chad Morris' tenure as Arkansas' football coach may not actually be riding on the outcome of Saturday's game against Western Kentucky.
It will be interesting to see which direction Hunter Yurachek chooses because the fate of Arkansas football is in his hands. No wonder he looks frazzled.
Sitting what may be the best players hasn't worked out well for Chad Morris and defensive coordinator John Chavis said Monday he really needs to see the youngsters in game situations.
Chad Morris named John Stephen Jones the starter and K.J. Jefferson will play a lot, too, which means it took him over three months to figure out how to play the best in fall camp.
Exactly why Chad Morris suspended C.J. O'Grady may be just the tip of the iceberg on the multiple questions and goofs in a season where answers better come in a hurry.
Chad Morris appears as baffled and confused as the players after getting blown out on homecoming by the second-worst team in the SEC ... and still scared of making a decision.
It's hard to imagine two SEC coaches desperate for a win in this one week more than Chad Morris and Mississippi State's Joe Moorhead and the Hogs HAVE to win one ... sometime.
Wait, what’s that? Oh, you said you DO NOT think Arkansas will win? Well, feel free to call me crazy, uninformed, and a homer while you click the laughing emoji on your favorite social media outlet.
Who the Hogs play at quarterback against Mississippi State on Saturday could go a long way towards determining how comfortable November is for Chad Morris.