Arkansas coach Bret Bielema responded to comments made by Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury.
After a 35–24 win for the Red Raiders over the Razorbacks on Saturday, Kingsbury went after Bielema for comments made during a summer convention for Texas high school football coaches about pass-heavy offenses.
"[Bielema] stood up and said if you don't play with a full back, we'll kick your a--, if you throw it 70 times a game we'll kick your a--," Kingsbury said. "He just got his a-- kicked twice in a row, and probably next week by [Texas] A&M as well."
Bielema, whose Arkansas team also lost in an upset to Toledo in Week 2, responded to Kingsbury during his Monday press conference.
Bielema on Kingsbury remarks: If that makes him feel better, then God bless him.— Thomas Murphy (@TomMurphyADG) September 21, 2015
Bielema: If that was an ass kicking, I'd hate to see what last year's game was— Thomas Murphy (@TomMurphyADG) September 21, 2015
Bielema on Kliff: I was like c'mon brother. Don't be so sensitive. I'm not talking about you in particular, just saying what I believe in.— Thomas Murphy (@TomMurphyADG) September 21, 2015
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