Arkansas fan a 'Bielemer' in Bielema

BY foxsports • July 26, 2013

What do you get when you cross a monkey with a razorback?

You get a viral video that this Arkansas fan might be regretting in a decade, if not much sooner.

Brett Bielema is entering is first season as head coach of Arkansas, but before he even wins his first SEC game, Bielema already has his first "Bielemer."

Yes, that sound you just heard was Justin Bieber's attorney's grabbing their smart phones.

Set to the tune of the Monkees' 1966 No. 1 smash hit "I'm a Believer," this version, sung by Razorback fan Wesley Wells, pays tribute to the new Arkansas coach with claims that "Coach B" will lead the team to SEC and BCS titles.

Little known fact ... Neil Diamond penned "I'm a Believer" for The Monkees.  We are pretty sure Diamond didn't touch this song with a 10-foot pole.

The video was posted to YouTube a few months ago but has just now started to gain traction as the nation gears up for the upcoming football season.

Wells foreshadows a bit with the final lines of the song, "Don't be hatin' on my hogs."

Fans might not be hating on the hogs ... but this song ... that's another story.