"Yeah that's very troubling," head coach John L. Smith said.
"It can't happen!" Paul Haynes added. "We are better than that and that's the bottom line, we are better than that and that's the bottom line."
A&M Quarterback Johnny Manziel dismantled the Hogs defense, accounting for 557 yards all by himself.
"That Manziel is awful good and he made a lot of plays," John L. Smith said. "We had a lot of young guys playing in there and made a lot of mistakes but no excuses."
The Razorback roster is depleted, coaches are being called into question and the Hogs can't seem to stop anyone they line up against.
"Our assistant coaches do a great job, the game ain't won just on Saturday's, preparation is done all week," Paul Haynes added. "We're in position to make plays, it's not coaching it's on us as players and I think we have to look at each other in the mirror and I don't think its scheme or coaching I think it's all on us," Senior Ross Rasner says.
"Players play, you can't go out there and make tackles. We sit there and we prep all week and our guys know what to do and hpw to do it we just have to make sure they do it better."