After five seasons, Bret Bielema is no longer the coach at Arkansas. And now, his Twitter profile reflects that change.
On Tuesday, Bielema updated his Twitter profile and banner photos, while also tweeting thanks to the Razorbacks for a “great run” and “great memories.” Of course, he ended the tweet with one last “#WoooPig.”
— Bret Bielema (@BretBielema) November 28, 2017
Bielema’s profile now features photos of his wife and daughter, but his bio is pretty bare, reading just “The official Twitter account for Bret Bielema.” That will likely be updated when Bielema decides on the next step in his career, which is still undetermined.
During his five seasons with the Razorbacks, Bielema compiled a 29-34 record, which included going 4-8 this season. It was far from the success he had during his six seasons leading Wisconsin, where he went 68-24.
While it’s uncertain where Bielema goes from here, his offseason at least got off to a better start than his former athletic director, Jeff Long. And why is that exactly? Well, Long couldn’t quite figure out how to change his Twitter bio to remove the Arkansas information and photos.
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