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The Arkansas Razorbacks have had a disappointing season under head coach Sam Pittman, leading some to believe that he could be fired as a result. But he doesn’t seem to think that will be the case.

During his press conference following this week’s win over Florida International, Sam Pittman made it clear that he does not think that he will be fired this season considering he hasn’t heard anything about it yet.

“I don’t think I’m getting fired or [athletic director Hunter Yurachek] would have told me I’m getting fired,” Pittman said this week according to On3. “I’m not for sure why I have to answer these questions about getting fired or not. I don’t. We’ll kill recruiting if we keep talking about it. If you’re an Arkansas fan, it’s going to hurt us. Opinions, media has become opinions. I wish we’d post the facts and whatever the facts are, we can deal with it.”

The Razorbacks are just 4-7 this season and will not be eligible to play in a bowl game. But Arkansas still has a chance to potentially end the season on a high note if they can beat No. 10 Missouri this weekend to conclude their 2023 season.