Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze is not a fan of the latest proposal from the NCAA Football Rules Committee. (February 14, 2014, Page 6A)
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was a guest on the Paul Finebaum radio show this afternoon. His main topic of discussion was the announcement made by the NCAA Football Rules Committee Wednesday on a proposal that puts a limit on when an offense can snap the ball. (more…) (February 13, 2014)
The unofficial start to college football has arrived. The Southeastern Conference’s Kickoff 2010, also known as “Media Days,” got underway Wednesday afternoon at the Wynfrey Hotel. For those that don’t know much about Media Days, it’s a three-day convention that consists of the 12 league coaches trying their best to talk up their teams, talk down expectations and generally not answer a question that’s overly controversial.
As Paul Finebaum, Birmingham’s caustic sports talk show host, so eloquently put it, Media Days is like the circus coming to town. I agree with that description of the event, but with one little extra detail. It’s like the circus is coming to town, but just before the train carrying the company hits the depot, it derails sending all the cars in different directions. In a nutshell, one story turns into many. (July 22, 2010, Page 1B)