VIDEO BLOG: Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze addressed the media following his team’s second scrimmage of the preseason. (more…) (August 18, 2012)
One of the misconceptions about Ole Miss’ new-look offense installed by coach Hugh Freeze is that the quarterback passes every down and the running game, well, is soft and unable to get the tough yard on a consistent basis. Freeze has tried to erase that misnomer about his offense since he was hired and most recently during summer camp.
He pointed out after Thursday’s practice session — one that included some tough runs made by former South Panola standout Nick Parker — that the offense is balanced, if not leaning towards more run plays. (August 17, 2012, Page 6A)
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze has repeatedly told his current roster of players that if they didn’t buy into what the new staff was trying to instill, they could be replaced. (more…) (August 16, 2012, Page 4B)
A day after his team didn’t have as much bounce as he wanted to see, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze had a different view of what the defense did in Sunday’s practice session. (August 6, 2012, Page 6)
BLOG — Hugh Freeze, Ole Miss’ first-year head football coach, was upbeat about his team’s first full practice of the summer but added the fresh legs he saw Friday night in drills weren’t quite the same Saturday on the practice fields. (more…) (August 4, 2012)
Hugh Freeze’s first football signing class wasn’t big on numbers, but it did include some important players for the future of the program. By the Oxford EAGLE’s press time at 10:15 a.m., Ole Miss received a total of 11 National Letters of Intent from players across the state and region. Four players — quarterback Bo Wallace, defensive back Dehendret Collins, offensive lineman Darone Bailey and offensive lineman Pierce Burton — already signed scholarship papers and are enrolled in the spring semester. (more…) (February 1, 2012, Page 6)
I’Tavius Mathers used to be verbally committed to Ole Miss.
Then he wasn’t.
BLOG: I’Tavius Mathers is once again verbally committed to Ole Miss.
Earlier today, the Blackman High (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) standout running back said he has re-committed to the Rebels after briefly de-committing last week.
While he was weighing his options, Mathers said Vanderbilt, North Carolina, South Carolina and Auburn, his dream school growing up, showed the most interest.
(more…) (January 9, 2012)
BLOG: Today’s episode of the Sideline View on RebelSportsRadio.com has been posted. (more…) (January 6, 2012)