Some fans thinking the coaching staff should be fired, some blame the loss on Bobby Petrino, some say we need to put the loss behind us and move on, and others are upset with John L. Smith for not shaking the hand of Louisiana-Monroe coach Todd Berry following last night's game (if that's what happened).
Though no one from the KARK crew covering the game was watching Smith immediately the ULM touchdown, a report in The (Monroe, La.) News-Star says the head hog did not come across the field to congratulate Berry.
The two had a previous relationship when Berry was at Army and faced Smith's former team Louisville.
Seconds after Browning's touchdown run, Smith darted to the Arkansas locker room along with the majority of the team.
The fans started booing the unsportsmanlike behavior and most of the Arkansas players returned to congratulate ULM, but Smith was not in the group.
Plenty of people have taken to Twitter to ask the media to question Smith about the incident.
"Is anybody in the Arkansas media going to address John L. Smith not shaking Todd Barry's hand? #noclass," wrote @hawg_jim.
"The players will reflect their leadership and that's poor leadership. ULM deserved better," noted @HoopRT.
"Pretty bad sportsmanship that #Arkansas HC John L Smith didnt cross the field to shake #ULM HC Berry's hand," wrote @cheryllnorris in a tweet addressed to UA Athletic Director Jeff Long.