A case of pink eye to Bo Wallace allowed Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze to see a little more from redshirt freshmen quarterbacks Devante Kincade and Ryan Buchanan at practice Tuesday. Freeze said he planned to get those two more reps to see where they were in their development regardless of who was out, but Wallace not being able to practice certainly garnered even more reps for them. (October 30, 2013, Page 8)
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze has no clue about what is going on with Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel. Regardless of whether the reigning Heisman Trophy winner accepted money for his autographs or not, Freeze does think on a personal level that players in the Southeastern Conference deserve some extra money.
During Friday’s Ole Miss Media Day at the team’s Indoor Practice Facility Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said quarterback Bo Wallace is on a pitch count of sorts. (more…) (August 2, 2013)
Ole Miss got off to an early lead on the Texas Longhorns less than two months before the two meet on the field.
Ole Miss, and the job coach Hugh Freeze and his staff did this past year, was the buzz of the college football world Wednesday. Just 14 months after being hired to turn the Rebels around from a 2-10 team, Freeze and his staff punctuated their first full signing class with a consensus Top 10 finish. (more…) (February 7, 2013, Page 8)
BLOG: Ole Miss will look to earn its first winning streak since the 2010 season today when it hosts UTEP at 6 p.m.
The game will be broadcast on FSN and can be heard as always on the Ole Miss Radio Network. (more…) (September 8, 2012)
COLUMN: Veteran football recruiting analyst Tom Lemming knew Ole Miss was recruiting differently and on a more national scale back in the spring when standout players from the Chicago area listed offers from the Rebels and interest in new coach Hugh Freeze. Lemming, the pioneer of high school recruiting and current analyst for CBS Sports Network, closely follows prospects from Illinois since he resides in the Chicago area. (more…) (July 10, 2012, Page 7)
Optimism for the future of Ole Miss football continued to build Friday morning when Hugh Freeze picked up a verbal pledge from another standout offensive player. Dallas (Skyline High School) quarterback Devante Kincade chose the Rebels over several other impressive offers thanks in large part to relationship he built with Freeze, quarterbacks coach Dan Werner and his primary recruiter, Wesley McGriff. (more…) (July 9, 2012, Page 6)